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International Student Calendar


Ontario, Canada

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FLeMING ADVaNTaGe
LeaRNING THROUGH EXPERIENCE
Our programs are designed to give you the best possible real-world, real-work experiences. Depending on your program, youll have many options to apply what youve learned to your chosen eld of study. Work Placements Internships In a lab, or clinical setting Co-op Employment Semester-long applied projects

Safe COmmUNITIes
Fleming offers a safe, friendly, student-centred environment, the latest instructional technology, an affordable standard of living and access to a variety of cultural and recreational activities. We are located conveniently within 1.5 hours drive of Canadas largest city, Toronto, with daily bus transportation available from Peterborough and Lindsay.

 I love Peterborough. It is a very beautiful, peaceful town, and people are friendly and helpful. Shahin Umatia (Mumbai, Maharashtra), International Business Management

WERE HERE

FOR YOU
Free Airport Pick-up Once you contact us with your ight and arrival details, we can prearrange free transportation from the airport to the Fleming Campus. Free or low-cost accommodation for your rst days For registered students arriving in late August for September start programs, free accommodation will be provided for up to 5 days in our student residences. The last day to be in residence under this special arrangement is August 30th. For students arriving outside of this time frame, temporary low-cost accommodation options are also available while you are making arrangements for long-term accommodation. Welcoming Orientation Within the rst week of your arrival our International Education Ofcer will give you a detailed orientation, which will include insights into Canadian culture, an orientation to the campus, the city and your neighbourhood and help with setting up your new home away from home. International Education Support Even before you arrive and throughout your education at Fleming, the Ofce of International Education is there to support you, so you can enjoy your experience in Canada and at Fleming. We will connect with you regularly and often to make sure, you adjust well academically, culturally and socially. Well help you get involved, meet other students and make the most out of your stay. Cultural Trips and Events Throughout the year we will organize fun day trips and events for International students to showcase Canadas culture and tourism points of interest. Student Advising Every new, full-time rst semester student is matched with an advisor. Your advisor is committed to your success, and has useful information about college programs and services to assist you during your transition to college. Free Tutoring Should you need help in any of your classes, Fleming College offers free tutorial support in any subject through group tutorials and dropin workshops. Networking with Potential Employers Many of Flemings programs put students in touch with potential employers, whether through applied projects with real clients, co-op opportunities or internships. At Fleming, you will learn hands-on the skills that employers demand. Thats why 95% of employers are satised with Fleming graduates. Career Services Flemings Career Services can help you prepare your resum, practise for job interviews and create a career plan. We also offer a wide range of job postings geared to current students and recent graduates. Potential employers are invited to come to the campus frequently to hold information sessions and some even hold job interviews right at the campus. Many of our programs include either projects that put you in touch with real clients and potential employers or internships, eld placements and work terms, so you graduate with the kind of work experience employers demand. Health Care Every international student will be enrolled in a health insurance plan. The Ofce of International Students will help you ll out the required forms. You can also access professional, strictly condential healthcare through Health Services at the campuses in Peterborough and in Lindsay. A registered nurse is available weekdays, and access to a part-time physician is available by appointment.

YOURE GOINg TO LOVE IT HERE!


Canada Canada is a great place to live. Were a young and modern country that celebrates its multiculturalism. Were known for the friendliness of our people and a culture that mixes American inuences with the customs and traditions of our British heritage. As the second largest country in the world, natural beauty and wide open spaces dene our geography. Our Campuses Fleming College can offer the very best in student lifestyle, both on and off-campus. Small classes mean that you will have a close interaction with your instructors and fellow students. Off-campus, our communities offer all the advantages of an urban experience without the high cost. Youll nd incredible facilities and a variety of shopping, including international grocers and restaurants. These friendly, safe and close-knit communities are surrounded by the natural beauty of parks, lakes, walking and bike trails. Perhaps thats why Peterborough is one of the happiest cities in Canada. Distance from Toronto Flemings campuses are connected to Toronto, Canadas most multicultural city, by modern highways, with maximums speeds of 80 100 km/hr. Although too far to commute on a daily basis due to rush hour trafc, the campuses are close enough to Toronto for visits. Regular bus service conveniently connects our cities. Campus Peterborough Lindsay km 135 130 By Car 1 hr. 45 min. 1 hr. 45 min.

Indo-Canadian Association of Kawarthas The Indo-Canadian Association of Kawarthas is very active in Peterborough and Lindsay, bringing together Indo-Canadians by organizing cultural events, sharing experiences and offering support. A student representative from Fleming College will sit on the associations Executive Committee to build a bridge between students from India and the associations members. The Association can also put students in touch with individual members, who can provide guidance and experience about living in Canada and may be able to provide employment advice.

 I found a job at Fleming College as a Student Ambassador. It helps with expenses and Ive learned a lot about Canadian students and the expressions they use. Lijy Joy (Thane, Maharashtra), Fitness and Health Promotion

WORK HERE
As a requirement to study in Canada, you should come with enough money to support yourself during your study period. However, you may be eligible to apply for a work permit for off-campus jobs after six months of study, and we will help you with the necessary forms. There are also a limited number of competitive part-time, on-campus jobs, for which the six-month waiting period is not required.

LIvE HERE
Well help you nd a place to call home, whether you decide to get your own place, share a house or apartment with other Fleming students or live in one of our on-campus residences. Flemings Off-Campus Housing website emingcollege.ca/och lets you search all current listings and shows you the distance of each listing from the college. Youll also nd helpful tips on legal aspects of renting and the etiquettes of sharing with a roommate. The website includes a link to Flemings facebook page for Roommate and Sublet Services, which has linked up many roommates. Flemings on-campus residences are modern suite-style units that feature six individual bedrooms with a shared kitchen, living room and washroom. Residences also have on-site laundry facilities, games rooms and quiet study areas and are fully networked. For fees and to apply, go to: emingcollege.ca/housing

PlAy HERE
Its easy to get involved in the college experience and make new friends. Youll have your choice of a number of clubs, including the International Student Club, as well as many recreational and competitive sports teams. The International Student Ofce also organizes several cultural trips throughout the year.

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POST-GRadUate CeRtificates

Program Areas to Choose From


Fast TRack
n AccOUntinG Graduates can enter the workforce or pursue a professional designation. Your course work can be counted towards exemptions in the rst three levels of the Certied General Accountant (CGA) program of study. n BUsiness AdministRatiOn This program provides a thorough overview of all the functions, tasks, and positions in the business environment and focuses on team-based management skills. As a generalist, youll nd yourself managing multiple tasks, projects, and people in whatever area of business you choose. Association of Certied Engineering Technicians and Technologists recognizes our programs as meeting all the requirements for certication in the Certied Engineering Technician/Technologists categories. n HUman ResOURces ManaGement Acquire the diverse skills to optimize the potential of employees, while maximizing your organizations effectiveness. Youll gain workplace experience, and perform numerous hands-on, in-class activities. n InteRnatiOnal TRade The only three-year program in International Trade in Canada emphasizes practical applications, with courses in International Law, Logistics Management, Macroeconomics and microeconomics, and Global Political Economy. Youll work on a project with a client for the entire nal semester, gaining valuable industry experience, or complete your studies in Mexico. n MaRketinG Learn the critical skills to identify business opportunities through researching and assessing customers, competitors and the overall marketplace. An intensive 6th semester applied project provides direct industry experience.

n EmeRGencY ManaGement Obtain skills to plan for and respond to natural and human-caused emergencies. Practice and implement a plan in emergency scenarios, and learn about risk management, liability, regulations, and procedures. Prepare for business continuity and disaster recovery and build a business continuity management program n GIS ApplicatiOn Specialist Help agencies and government do effective planning to manage all aspects of the environment and community life, using technology tools to collect, manipulate, analyze, interpret and communicate geographic information. Flemings leadership in GIS is widely recognized. Use the latest computer hardware, software, data resources and eld technology. n GIS CaRtOGRaphic Specialist Become a procient GIS practitioner, as well as a visual designer, cartographer and communicator using GIS data and software to create customized maps and other products. Our partnerships ensure that students have access to the latest software and data resources as well as exceptional learning and employment opportunities. n InteRnatiOnal BUsiness ManaGement Graduate with a fundamental understanding of international business, and develop the skills to grow into one of the managers, owners and inuencers of tomorrows global business world. We focus on the global importance of environmental responsibility, diversity, globalization, innovation and leadership. You will gain work experience and industry connections during the seven-week Applied Project, where you will work with mentors and fellow classmates on real life, real world projects for real clients. n PROJECT ManaGement Develop the leadership skills to efciently manage all aspects of projects in a competitive global environment. This program focuses on a well-rounded set of skills not taught in traditional business schools. Through theory and hands-on learning you will train to become a leader of high performance teams, implementing internationally accepted principals to execute projects on time and on budget. n SUstainable AGRicUltURe CO-Op Sustainable, ecological/natural farming methods for new and beginner farmers. Small farm operations, exploration of new niche markets, new farm business models, and a co-op experience. Learn from experienced farmers, and develop your own business case and farm plan. n WiReless InfORmatiOn NEW! NetwORkinG Study the latest developments in wireless information networking with a focus on design, planning, implementation, operation and troubleshooting of wireless networks. This hands-on program, led by professionals at the top of their eld, strongly connects theory with practice through labs, simulations, eld trips and a cap stone applied project working on real problems for actual businesses and organizations.
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DiplOmas and CeRtificates


n AccOUntinG Graduates can enter the workforce or pursue a professional designation. Your course work can be counted towards exemptions in the rst three levels of the Certied General Accountant (CGA) program of study. BiOtechnOlOGY TechnOlOGist n FORensics Analyze data associated with forensics, DNA, and other medical applications in automated lab environments. Work as a DNA analyst or technician, evidence technician, laboratory technologist, forensic technologist, serologist or biotechnician. Final semester is an internship in the eld. n BlastinG TechniQUes Blasters ll blast holes with explosives and detonate them to dislodge coal, ore, rock, or to demolish structures. This program offers industry-recognized training and certications and an option to continue in Resources Drilling and Blasting, with entry to second semester. n BUsiness With an understanding of a broad range of key business functions and real-world skills, gained through work placements, classroom, group and independent studies, your career choices will be wide open. BUsiness AdministRatiOn n Get a thorough overview of all the functions, tasks, and positions in the business environment and focuses on team-based management skills. As a generalist, youll nd yourself managing multiple tasks, projects, and people in whatever area of business you choose Chef TRaininG n Graduates from this program are noted for their skills and professionalism. You will learn culinary and leadership skills along with artistry in creating dishes, which qualies you for entry-level employment as a cook or assistant cook in a restaurant, hotel, catering or institutional setting. COmpUteR EnGineeRinG Technician/ n TechnOlOGY Unique in Canada, this program combines the study of computer and operating systems with the eld of custom electronics. Expand your skills and knowledge beyond the technician level training. Technologists add analysis, design, project management and enhanced applied technology skills. Youll apply this knowledge to the analysis and design of complex computer systems and networks. The Ontario Association of Certied Engineering Technicians and Technologists recognizes our programs as meeting all the requirements for certication in the Certied Engineering Technician/ Technologists categories. n COmpUteR SecURitY and InVestiGatiOns Develop systems and procedures to protect information technology and to prevent and investigate cyber crime and security breaches. Prepare for computer forensics and networking certications. Final semester is an applied project or eld placement. CUlinaRY ManaGement n Graduate with strong, entry level culinary management techniques and skills. After completing on-the-job training requirements (in addition to your college diploma), graduates are eligible to write the provincial Trade of Cook Certicate of Qualications examination.

n DRUG and AlcOhOl COUnsellOR Learn about ethical principles, addictions counselling techniques, and how to meet client needs. Prepare for work in withdrawal management and residential facilities, in shelters, assessment and referral agencies, as a counsellor, case manager, therapist or relief staff. EaRth ResOURces Technician CO-Op n Minerals, geotechnical assessment, geophysics, and environmental geology courses provide comprehensive skills for employment with consulting engineering rms, aggregate production companies, mineral exploration companies, groundwater consultants, environmental planners or government agencies. Includes a six-month paid co-op. n EcOsYstem ManaGement Technician Learn to consider the big picture to help governments and organizations do environmentally sustainable planning. Acquire technical skills and participate in a eld placement. Compete for international placement opportunities. Develop expertise and applied experience with the Technologist program. University grads may qualify for Advanced Standing and can graduate in just 8 months. ElectRical EnGineeRinG Technician n Start with a solid foundation in electrical and electronic theory and practices and gain knowledge and skills in programmable logic controls (PLCs), electrical and electronic circuits and systems, instrumentation, cabling, network engineering, electrical machines and controls. Youll be prepared to assume entry level positions or an apprenticeship. ElectRical TechniQUes n Acquire the fundamental skills and knowledge to assist with the installation, maintenance and repair of electrical equipment in residential, commercial and construction settings. Work in a variety of occupations or go on to other training programs including electronics, electrical mechanical and electrical apprenticeship. EnViROnmental Technician n This Technician program is accredited by Environmental Careers Organization (ECO) Canada. Monitor and improve the natural environment. Investigate new and natural methods of treating wastewater in our outstanding training facilities. Opportunity to obtain several certications required in Ontario for work in water and wastewater treatment. Build on your expertise with the third year Technology program. University grads may be eligible for Advanced Standing and can complete the Technician diploma in 8 months. FiRe SYstems EnGineeRinG n Technician Our program is one of only two such college programs available in Ontario. Learn how to design and maintain security and safety systems for commercial and residential buildings that require re detection, re suppression and re prevention system maintenance, testing and inspection. Fitness and Health PROmOtiOn n Prepare for the roles and responsibilities of a tness and health consultant. Learn about tness assessment and exercise prescription, business planning, injury prevention and management, nutrition, health promotion, leadership and self-development, and lifestyle consulting. May potentially obtain nationally-recognized certications in group exercise instruction, personal training, coaching and nutrition & wellness.

FORestRY Technician n Acquire the skills for responsible forest resource management, planning and protection through classroom studies, several eld excursions, and the eld camp experience. International university exchange opportunities in Hungary and Italy. Program is recognized by employers for producing highly skilled, competent grads. n Health InfORmatiOn ManaGement Learn to use computer technologies to capture and analyze data, and to create health information for healthcare delivery use, nancial and management planning. The program is one of only three Canadian Health Information Management Association (CHIMA) recognized college programs available in Ontario. n HOtel and RestaURant ManaGement This program will provide you with leadership and practical skills to manage and operate the rooms and food service divisions of hotels, resorts, and restaurants. Case studies, eld trips, computer simulations, and extensive work placements complement in-class studies. A focus on management skills increases your opportunity for advancement. n HUman ResOURces ManaGement Acquire the diverse skills to optimize the potential of employees, while maximizing your organizations effectiveness. Youll gain workplace experience, and perform numerous hands-on, in-class activities. InstRUmentatiOn and COntROl n EnGineeRinG Technician Instrumentation technicians commission, install, calibrate, maintain and repair complex measurement and control systems used in a variety of process control applications. This program features an optional, 15-week co-op. Career opportunities are varied: in the manufacturing, petro-chemical, power generation or nuclear industries. InteRnatiOnal TRade n The only three-year program in International Trade in Canada emphasizes practical applications, with courses in International Law, Logistics Management, Macroeconomics and microeconomics, and Global Political Economy. Youll work on a project with a client for the entire nal semester, gaining valuable industry experience, or complete your studies in Mexico. MaRketinG n Learn the critical skills to identify business opportunities through researching and assessing customers, competitors and the overall marketplace. An intensive 6th semester applied project provides direct industry experience. Office AdministRatiOn EXecUtiVe n Obtain advanced administrative skills and business applications expertise. The program includes a work placement to practice your skills in an ofce setting. Graduate ready for a professional career as an Executive Assistant, Corporate Secretary or Executive Administrative Assistant.

n PeRsOnal SUppORt WORkeR Learn to provide practical support services to individuals in need. You will be prepared to assist adults and seniors with special needs or disabilities, and help them maximize their life experience. Theory, clinical and eld experiences related to long term and community care will diversify your experience. n PhaRmacY Technician As a Pharmacy Technician, you will be a valued and essential member of the healthcare team, working under the direction and supervision of pharmacists. The program includes two work placement experiences, in both a community pharmacy and an institutional pharmacy, to gain varied industry experience. n RecReatiOn and LeisURe SeRVices Develop recreation programs and special events for people of all ages, in a variety of unique and exciting settings. Focus is on community development, leisure and lifestyle enhancement, and inclusive recreation programming. Final semester is a work placement. n ResOURces DRillinG and BlastinG This is the only program of its kind in the world, offering technical training and extensive hands-on experience. Work on a full range of drilling equipment at our Resources Drilling and Blasting Centre. National and international employers recruit our graduates. n SOcial SeRVice WORkeR Provide assistance, advocacy, skill development training and short-term counselling for individuals and families in a community based organization. Graduates are eligible to be Registered Social Service Workers with the Ontario College of Social Work and Social Services Work. Final semester is a work placement. TOURism and TRaVel n Learn about different destinations and cultures around the world and the key elements of the tourism and travel business. A 200-hour eld placement provides practical experience, career opportunities and connections. n VisUal and CReatiVe ARts DiplOma (VCAD) We offer unique and exible options for earning a diploma in the visual arts. Build on the foundation courses and choose the elective courses option: Specialist (15-week specialized art certicates, fast-paced, two-year time frame) or Generalist (12 courses, two-week capstone course, study on your own schedule).

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PROGRAM LENGTH MiniMUM AdMissiOn ReQUiReMents IELTS START DATE PROGRAM CODE CAMpUs

POST-GRADUATE CERTIFICATES
PROGRAM

All Graduate Certificates require a minimum 15 years of academics in 1st or 2nd Division (Degree or Diploma) PLUS the admission requirements noted for each individual program. Emergency Management GIS Applications Specialist GIS Cartographic Specialist International Business Management EMP GIA GC IBM P L L P 2 semesters 10 months 10 months 37 weeks A post-secondary degree or diploma. A post-secondary degree or diploma in Science or Technology. A post-secondary degree or diploma in Science or Technology. A post-secondary degree or diploma (Bachelor of Commerce, Business Administration, Business Management, Computer Engineering, International Studies, Technology or Hospitality/Tourism or relevant Diploma). A post-secondary degree or diploma (Bachelor of Commerce, Business Administration, Business Management, Computer Engineering, International Studies, Technology). A post-secondary degree or diploma. A post-secondary degree or diploma in Computer Applications, Information Technology or Software Engineering. 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 September September September September/ January/May

Project Management NEW!

PMG

2 semesters

6.0

September

Sustainable Agriculture Co-op Wireless Information Networking NEW!

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3 semesters 4 semesters

6.0 6.0

January May

FAST TRACK
PROGRAM

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PROGRAM CODE CAMpUs PROGRAM LENGTH MiniMUM AdMissiOn ReQUiReMents IELTS START DATE

Accounting Business Administration Human Resources Management International Trade Marketing

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4 semesters 4 semesters 4 semesters 4 semesters 6 semesters

Students with min. 15 years of academics in 1st or 2nd Division (Bachelor of Commerce, Business Administration or Business Management or relevant Diploma) will typically be assessed for Fast Track entry to Year Two (Semester 3). Further advanced standing beyond the Fast Track option may be granted for students with more advanced credentials.

6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

September September September September September

CAMpUs LOcAtiOns
P Peterborough L Lindsay H Haliburton

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Minimum admission requirements for post-secondary programs is Higher Secondary Certicate or Standard XII with minimum 50% average plus additional requirements noted below. Admission to post-graduate programs includes the above, plus a college diploma or university degree.

EnGlish LanGUaGe PROficiencY ReQUiRements Fleming College requires scores of: n TOEFL 79 n IELTS 6.0 Please note that Pharmacy Technician and some other programs may have higher prociency requirements. Check our website or ask us for more details. For other ways to meet the English Language Prociency Requirements visit: www.emingcollege.ca/international

DIplOMAs ANd CERTIfIcATEs


PROGRAM PROGRAM CODE CAMpUs

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PROGRAM LENGTH MiniMUM AdMissiOn ReQUiReMents IELTS START DATE

Accounting Biotechnology Technologist Forensics Blasting Techniques Business Business Administration Chef Training Computer Engineering Technician Computer Engineering Technology Computer Security and Investigations Culinary Management Drug and Alcohol Counsellor Earth Resources Technician Ecosystem Management Technician Electrical Engineering Technician Electrical Techniques Environmental Technician Fire Systems Engineering Technician Fitness and Health Promotion Forestry Technician Health Information Management Hotel and Restaurant Management Human Resources Management Instrumentation and Control Engineering Technician International Trade Marketing Office Administration Executive Personal Support Worker Pharmacy Technician Recreation and Leisure Services Resources Drilling and Blasting Social Service Worker Tourism and Travel Visual and Creative Arts

BAB BTF SBL GBE BAD CHT CTN CTY CSI CM DA ERT EMT EE ETQ ETN FSE FHP FT HIM HTR BAH INT TD BAA OAE PWS PHM RLS RDB SW TV VCA

P P L P P P P P P P P L L P P L P P L P P P P P P P P P P L P P H

6 semesters 5 semesters 2 semesters 4 semesters 6 semesters 2 semesters 4 semesters 6 semesters 6 semesters 4 semesters 4 semesters 4 semesters 4 semesters 4 semesters 2 semesters 4 semesters 4 semesters 4 semesters 4 semesters 4 semesters 4 semesters 6 semesters 4 semesters 6 semesters 6 semesters 4 semesters 2 semesters 4 semesters 4 semesters 4 semesters 4 semesters 4 semesters 4 semesters

Not for UG degree holders. 12th math and two 12th sciences (Chemistry, Biology, Physics). Not for UG degree holders. Not for UG degree holders. Not for UG degree holders. Not for UG degree holders. 12th math. Not for UG degree holders. 12th math recommended. Not for UG degree holders. Background in business recommended. 12th math recommended. 12th math recommended. Not for UG degree holders. 12th math recommended. Two 12th sciences (Chemistry, Biology, Physics). 12th math recommended. Two 12th sciences (Chemistry, Biology, Physics) and 12th math. Not for UG degree holders. Not for UG degree holders. Background in business recommended. Not for UG degree holders.

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September/January September/January September September/January September/January September/January September/January September September/January September/January September/January September September/January September/January September/January September/January September September September/January September September September/January September/January September/January September/January September September/January September September September/January Sept./January/May September/January September

Not for UG degree holders. Not for UG degree holders. This is an administrative program focusing on office skills and bookkeeping. Not for UG degree holders For Midwifery graduates. Not recommended for those with a degree in Nursing. 12th math, chemistry and biology. 12th math recommended.

6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.5 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

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General Information
ADMISSION
General Information It is the purpose of Fleming College to provide educational opportunities for secondary school graduates, for adults and for out-of-school youth who are not high school graduates. The College Admissions Procedures are established in order to achieve these objectives without compromising the academic standards maintained throughout the college. Every effort is made to direct students toward those programs which best meet their needs, interests and abilities. Changes in Curricula and Regulations Every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of information in this calendar at the time of printing. The college reserves the right to make revisions to programs of study and to regulations as required. The college also reserves the right to cancel any program. It should be noted that new programs are offered subject to adequate response. Addenda to this calendar will be produced and distributed as required.

POLICIES CONCERNING APPLICATIONS


International Applicants andidates for whom English is a second language will be required to C demonstrate English language prociency as one of the requirements for admission to college programs. The following tests and benchmark scores will be used to determine language prociency: Test Instrument International English Language Testing Service (IELTS) *Except Pharmacy Technician Program Post Secondary and Graduate Programs* 6.0 Pharmacy Technician 6.5

DisaBilitY Accommodations
Equal access is important to us. Fleming College is committed to providing, short of undue hardship, equal access to services, facilities, and educational programs to persons with disabilities. What are disabilities? his term encompasses students who have learning disabilities, physical disT abilities, mobility impairment, deaf and hard of hearing impairment, blind and visual impairment, medical and psychiatric disabilities. Self-identication is your responsibility. person who requests accommodation (alternative ways of meeting acaA demic demands) has a responsibility to communicate his or her needs to the college. Therefore, any student with a disability who wishes to have accommodations put in place must contact the college to make an appointment with a counsellor to discuss appropriate accommodations. What sort of assistance is available? he following are examples of accommodations and support services which T may be put in place: the use of technical aids (assistive devices and equipment) computerized notetaking for those with sight or hearing impairment accessing available alternatives to print materials ASL interpreters testing arrangements, such as extra time, or the provision of alternative testing arrangements, or the provision of alternative evaluation procedures (eg. use of a reader) counselling support v  arious other supports such as learning strategies or peer notetaking .and tutoring services PLEASE NOTE: Considerable lead notice is needed for accommodations such as braille, taped texts and ASL interpreters (advance notice of 10 weeks or more is often necessary).

A refundable deposit is required for alternative print formats and for the use of assistive devices and equipment. The deposit ranges from $10.00 to $60.00 depending on the type of equipment. How to make your disability needs known at Fleming College: fter you have been accepted into a program, and in a timely manner for A your conrmed start date, please contact the college to book an appointment with a counsellor who will address your learning needs. Call us toll free at 1-866-353-6464 to reach our Counselling ofce or call: Peterborough and Cobourg Campuses (705) 749-5527 Lindsay and Haliburton Campuses (705) 324-9144, Ext 3232 We look forward to meeting and working with you to develop supports for your academic success.

RELEASE OF INFORMATION
he basic guideline governing the release of information is based on the T belief that the Registrars Office acts with discretion upon authorization from the student. In response to third party enquiries, no information will be released without student authorization (e.g. student has submitted a release form). This applies typically to requests from parents, spouses, prospective employers, police forces, credit bureaus, nance and loan companies, private investigation agencies, banks, and similar organizations. A student may access his/her own le at the Registrars Ofce.

FLEMING COLLEGE

DETERMINATION OF ACADEMIC STANDING


he method and timeline of course evaluation will be made available to T the student in an approved course outline during the rst week of formal classes. The evaluation scheme will state, as a minimum, the portion of nal marks assigned to casework, laboratory or eldwork reports, assignments and tests. The evaluation methods may be changed after discussion between the professor and students with the approval of the appropriate Dean/Principal. Any change must be given as an addendum to the course of study and reissued to the students. Note: For certain web-based or alternate delivery courses, the timelines for course evaluations may differ from those of traditional classroom methods. In all such cases, please refer to the course outline.

LetteR GRAde A+ A AB+ B BC+ C CD+ D DF

PeRcentAGe GRAde 90 100 85 89 80 84 77 79 73 76 70 72 67 69 63 66 60 62 57 59 53 56 50 52 00 49

GRAde POint EQUivAlent 4.0 3.8 3.6 3.3 3.0 2.7 2.3 2.0 1.7 1.4 1.2 1.0 0.0

GRADE DETERMINATION
leming College believes in the principle of continuous evaluation and F consequently all students will receive timely evaluations regarding their progress. n determining a students nal grade, evaluation activity for the entire I semester is taken into consideration. This may include (but is not restricted to) tests, essays, laboratory and eld work, reports, other assignments, and participation in seminars or discussion groups. erm grades will be made available to students, by faculty, within two T weeks of the submission date. The rare exception to this timeframe will be approved by the Dean/Principal and documented in the course outline. Final grades will be made available to the Registrars ofce upon completion of the course. ll students will be given the opportunity to review any evaluation A activity. Faculty may either return work to the students or retain work for a period of one year. o evaluation activity shall count for more than thirty (30) percent of N the students nal grade without the approval of the respective Dean/ Principal. Prerequisites / Co-requisites Some courses have prerequisites and / or co-requisites. Where a prerequisite is specied, the prerequisite must be successfully completed prior to taking the course in question. Where a co-requisite is specied, the co-requisite must be successfully completed prior to or taken at the same time as the course in question. Prerequisites and co-requisites may be waived with the professors permission. Any student who requests such a waiver is responsible to ensure that he / she is adequately prepared to proceed with the level of study required in the course. Inadequate preparation is not a basis for appeal of a nal grade in a course for which a student requested a waiver of a prerequisite or co-requisite. Successful completion of a course without having achieved a passing grade in a prerequisite or co-requisite course does not negate the requirement to complete the prerequisite or co-requisite course.

Courses that are not graded using a percentage value will be graded according to one of the methods as described below. Courses graded using these methods will not be used in the calculation of the GPA. Pass/Fail Percentage grade not assigned. To be used only for those courses so designated by the Dean or for reasons given under Incomplete and Grade Deferred. Incomplete (Inc) Time extension allowed to complete course requirement, at the professors discretion. An incomplete that has not been removed within four weeks of the end of a semester will change to a Fail. Grade Deferred (GD) Grade Deferred is a rare or extenuating circumstance and must be approved by the Dean/Principal. The professor recommends the grade deferred to the Dean/Principal when supporting a student request to attempt to attain a passing grade in a course by completing additional assignments or activities. This privilege will only be extended to students who have demonstrated a high level of commitment to their course of studies. The time limit for removal of a grade deferred is at the discretion of the professor with the maximum time allowed being one year. If a revised grade is not provided within the time limit the standing will be changed to Fail. The following designations may appear on Grade Reports / Transcripts. They may only be entered by the Registrars Ofce. Exempt: Requirements met through successful completion of a course of equal standing. Withdrew: (W) Withdrew from a course or the college prior to the nal third of the semester or the end of the registration period respectively (See Section 4.0). Withdrew Fail: (WF) Withdrew from a course or the college during the nal third of the semester (See section 4.0). Audit: No academic credit. The student has attended classes on an audit basis. No assignments or examinations evaluated. In Progress: Work continuing; course timeline not consistent with semesters end.

GRAdinG SYsteM
nal grade for each subject is recorded on a students transcript in the A form of a percentage grade. A student requires a minimum of fty (50) percent in a course to obtain a passing grade. Note: Certain courses may require a minimum of greater than 50% and/or have mandatory components to achieve a passing grade. In all such cases the course outline will offer details. The grade point equivalent will be used in calculating the grade point average (GPA). The grade point average (GPA) is a system of calculating academic achievement based on points instead of percentages. Each course that carries a percentage value grade will be weighted based on term instructional hours, that is, the designated number of hours with which the course outcomes may be achieved, regardless of the variations of delivery. The number of grade points per course is determined by multiplying the term instructional hours of the course by the grade point equivalent earned in that course. fleming college

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These values are used to calculate the grade point average each semester and cumulatively over all semesters of a program. The grade point total is divided by the total term instructional hours attempted for courses having a numeric grade value. The resultant quotient is the GPA. When a student repeats the identical course, the higher grade will be used in the weighted calculation of the GPA.

Aegrotat: An Aegrotat standing applies to those students whose performance, over a signicant portion of the course, was in the opinion of the professor and academic program co-ordinator, fully satisfactory but where, because of personal reasons beyond the students control, he or she was not able to complete the course. Courses in which an Aegrotat standing has been granted will not be considered in the computation of the standing in the program for academic progression. An Aegrotat standing is granted by the Registrars Ofce to a student on the recommendation of the appropriate academic program coordinator.

Applied Degree Programs tudents will be evaluated at the end of each term of study for progresS sion to the next level of their program. In order to progress to the next level of study, a student must achieve a minimum average of C+ in the courses in the main eld of study and a C average in all other courses. student will be placed on Academic Probation if, as an outcome of the A evaluation, their term average is less than a C+ in the courses in the main eld of study and a C average in all other courses. tudents placed on Academic Probation are required to develop a formal S academic plan for their probationary term in conjunction with the program coordinator. Student placed on Academic Probation must attain a minimum C+ A average in courses in the main eld of study and a C average in all other courses, in the next term in order to clear their probationary status. A student who fails to clear their probationary status will be withdrawn from the program for one academic year. Students must apply through the normal College admission process for re-admission to the program.

SUPPLEMENTAL EVALUATIONS
supplemental evaluation may be awarded at the discretion of the indiA vidual faculty member. Supplemental evaluation grades are not identied on the transcript as such. In the event a supplemental evaluation is awarded, the mark earned on the supplemental evaluation will replace the mark earned on the original evaluation and the nal grade will be recalculated in accordance with the original course-grading scheme.

PRIOR LEARNING ASSESSMENT AND RECOGNITION


ny student who wishes to have any prior learning acquired through life A and work experience assessed, so as to translate it into a college credit may initiate the process by applying through the Registrars Ofce.

LETTERS OF PERMISSION
tudents who wish to take courses at another accredited post-secondary S institution for credit towards their applied degree must apply for a Letter of Permission before taking the course. The Letter of Permission Request form is available at the Registrars Ofce. The academic program coordinator must approve the request, in order for course recognition to take place. As a minimum, calendar course descriptions for all courses being requested must also accompany the application. A maximum of ten semester courses (or equivalent) can be obtained by this method. For transfer students this number may be lower, depending on how many transfer courses have been accepted for transfer. Upon successful completion of the course, in accordance with the minimum average requirements, course activity will be identied as a Credit and will not be included in the average calculation. or the Fall/Winter session, approved applications for Letter of Permission F must be received no later than August 1. For the summer session, applications must be received by April 1. A week to 10 days must be allowed for processing, and a fee is charged when the approved application is submitted to the Registrars Ofce. Incomplete applications will be returned to the student unprocessed. pon completion of the course(s), students are responsible for having U ofcial transcript(s) forwarded to the Registrars Ofce at Fleming College from the host institution. tudents taking summer courses at another accredited postsecondary S institution on a Letter of Permission may not attempt more than four semester courses (or equivalent), and students on probation may take only two semester courses (or equivalent) at a time.

RELEASE OF FINAL GRADES


rades are ofcial on the day they are released from the Registrars Ofce G to the student. It is the responsibility of the Ofce of the Registrar to post the grades electronically to the secure website and to record the grades on the students ofcial transcript. Grades for students in nancial arrears will not be released until notication/authorization is received indicating that their account has been cleared to the satisfaction of the Ofce of the Registrar. To receive grades, students must clear the outstanding balance by the last day of classes.

ACADEMIC PROGRESSION
All Certicate and Diploma Programs his pertains to all certicate and diploma programs offered by the T college. tudents will be evaluated at the end of each term of study for progresS sion to the next level of their program. In order to progress to the next level of study, a student must achieve a semester GPA of 1.0 and the necessary prerequisites. tudents with a semester GPA of less than 1.0 and/or did not achieve a S passing grade in 66 2/3 (sixty six and two-thirds) of the courses, will be placed on Academic Probation subject to the development of a formal academic probation contract with the program coordinator for their probationary term. If a satisfactory formal academic probation contract for the probationary term cannot be established, the student will be withdrawn from the program. tudents with a GPA of 1.0 to 1.2 or a failed course will be required to S meet with the program coordinator during the beginning of the subsequent semester. his does not preclude the fact that if the student failed a prerequisite T course they could be prevented from entering into the next semester. student placed on Academic Probation must achieve a minimum GPA A of 1.0 in their probationary course load, the necessary prerequisites and any other requirements included in the Academic Probation Contract. A student who fails to clear their probationary status may be withdrawn from the college for a minimum of 1 academic semester. Students must apply through the normal College admission process for re-admission to the program.

OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS
fcial Transcripts providing a record of all courses taken by a student O are available upon request to the Registrars Ofce. The ofcial transcript details a students permanent academic record reecting all courses ofcially registered in whether completed successfully or unsuccessfully, and will carry the Fleming seal and an authorized signature.

FINAL DATE FOR REGISTRATION


The last date for registration will be the 5th college business day from the start of formal classes in that semester for courses of less than 8 weeks in duration. The last date for registration may also be the 10th college business day from the start of formal classes in that semester for courses of greater than 7 weeks in duration. Exceptions must be approved in writing by the Dean/Principal. Any courses dropped within the allotted timeframe will not be recorded on the students ofcial record.

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From a Course o withdraw from a particular course, it is a students responsibility to T complete a Course Add/Drop form and return it to the Registrars Ofce prior to the start of the nal third of that course (see Academic Calendar for specic date). tudents who ofcially withdraw from a course prior to the start of the S nal third of that course will receive a W (withdrew) designation. tudents who ofcially withdraw from a course during the nal third of S the course will receive a WF (withdrew failing) designation. In situations when extenuating circumstances such as illness caused the withdrawal and the student was passing at the time of the withdrawal, a WP (withdrew passing) designation will be recorded. From the college o ofcially withdraw from Fleming College, a student must initiate the T withdrawal procedure by obtaining an Application for Withdrawal from the Registrars Ofce and obtain all required signatures. Students ofcially withdrawing from the college before the nal date for registration in a semester will have all of that semesters courses deleted from their record. Students ofcially withdrawing from the college after the nal date for registration for that semester and before the nal third of the semester will have the designation Withdrew (W) recorded against that semesters courses. tudents who ofcially withdraw from the college during the nal third S of the semester will have the designation Withdrew Failing (WF) recorded on their permanent academic record. n situations when extenuating circumstances such as illness caused the I withdrawal and the student was passing all courses at the time of the withdrawal, a WP (withdrew passing) designation will be recorded.

All certicate and diploma programs offered by the college o be eligible to graduate from all certicate and diploma programs T offered by the college, a student must: a. Successfully complete all courses within a program either by evaluation, exemption or PLAR. b. Earn a minimum of 25% of the required program course-load through study with Fleming College. c. Normally complete all requirements within ve years. Students taking longer than ve years to complete all requirements will be considered on an individual basis by the Dean/Principal.

APPEAL OF ACADEMIC ASSESSMENT


The academic decisions dealt with through this appeals process are: a. Decisions on nal marks b. Decisions regarding academic integrity including cheating and plagiarism c. Decisions regarding academic probation and withdrawal. Any student who wishes to be accompanied by a Fleming College advocate, at any time throughout the process, may do so. Informal Appeal: irst stage: Appeal the academic decision to the course professor within F 5 college business days of receiving the nal grade. econd stage: Appeal the academic decision to the appropriate S coordinator/designate within 5 college business days from the decision above. The appropriate coordinator will acknowledge receipt normally within 2 college business days. If the issue remains unresolved after meeting with the program coordinator the student may pursue the formal complaint process. n situations when a student has a concern regarding the grade assigned I to a discrete assignment within a course, the student may informally appeal the grade by discussing with the faculty member who assigned the grade. Distinct assignments cannot be formally appealed but rather can be included as part of a Formal Written Appeal with respect to a nal grade. Formal Written Appeal: f the appeal cannot be resolved through the Informal Appeal procedure, I the student can initiate a formal appeal by putting their appeal in writing. Any student may appeal an academic decision by stating the reasons in writing to the Dean/Principal (by completing the required application form Formal written complaint to the Dean/Principal, Appendix A) within three (3) college business days of completion of step 2. It should be noted that an appeal can result in a downward grading of the mark. he Dean/Principal will acknowledge receipt of the letter, normally within T three (3) working days. he Dean/Principal will investigate the situation with the stakeT holders involved in one of two ways: 1. By conducting an individual investigation with the stakeholders involved and providing a written decision, normally within seven (7) working days of receipt of the students written complaint, or 2. By appointing a formal Appeals Committee which will investigate the appeal and render a decision, normally within ten (10) working days of receipt of the students written appeal.

ACADEMIC BEHAVIOUR
he student will conduct him/herself in a respectful, responsible fashion. T Should the professor deem that the student is impeding the academic process, the right of exclusion from classroom or eld activities may be exercised. Please refer to the Student Rights and Responsibilities document, section 2.0.

ACADEMIC INTEGRITY
Each student has the responsibility to support academic integrity. reaches of academic integrity (such as cheating or plagiarism) will be B dealt with accordingly and shall be reported by the Professor, in writing, to the Registrar. If the Registrar discovers that the student has already been penalized for plagiarism, he/she shall recommend the appropriate penalty to the Dean/Principal of the appropriate School: The professor will: 1st offence at the college a ssign a mark of 0 for the evaluated activity 2nd offence at the college  a mark of 0 for the course in which the second offence at Fleming occurred 3rd offence at the college suspension from the college for a year 4th offence at the college permanent expulsion from the college n the case of an appeal to a breach of academic integrity, the student will I follow the procedure in Item 8.0 of the Academic Regulations.

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WITHDRAWALS

ELIGIBILITY FOR DIPLOMA OR CERTIFICATE

The Appeals Committee will be comprised of the following individuals: Dean/Principal or designate A faculty member from the program involved other than the one whose grade is being appealed A faculty member from outside the program involved A counsellor One (1) student chosen by the Student Administrative Council/ Student Association The student(s), faculty member(s) and The Registrars Ofce will be notied in writing of the results of the appeal by the Dean/Principal normally within three (3) college business days. Final Resolution In those cases where the appeal has not been resolved to the students satisfaction during the rst formal appeal process or where the appeal has not been dealt with within 15 days in the manner described in 8.2 above, the student can take his/her written appeal to the Vice President Academic. This written appeal must adhere to the format outlined in Appendix B Formal Written Appeal to the Vice President Academic. The Vice President Academic receiving the appeal at the second level will acknowledge receipt of the letter, normally within three (3) working days. The Vice President Academic will investigate the appeal with the stakeholders involved in one of two ways: 1. By conducting an individual investigation with the stakeholders involved and providing a written decision, normally within seven (7) working days of receipt of the students written appeal, or 2. By appointing a formal Appeals Committee which will investigate the appeal and render a decision, normally within ten (10) working days of receipt of the students written complaint. The Appeals Committee will be comprised of the following individuals: Vice President Academic or designate A faculty member outside the program involved A counsellor One (1) student chosen by the Student Administrative Council/ Student Association After a decision is made, the Vice President Academic will follow up by sending a written decision to the appellant and the Registrars Ofce outlining the decision and what action is to be taken, if any (normally within ten (10) working days). This decision will be nal. The Vice President Academic will provide any relevant documentation to the Registrars Ofce for inclusion in the students le.

GLOSSARY OF TERMS
Breach of Academic Integrity: Breaches of academic integrity include but are not limited to, the following: 1. Copying from another student in a test or examination situation. 2. Copying and submitting, in whole or in part, the work of another in an assignment, report, project etc. as ones own. 3. Copying and submitting, in whole or in part, electronic les or data created by another person without the Authors permission. 4. Using unauthorized material or aids in the preparation of an assignment or project. 5. Possessing unauthorized material or aids in a test or examination situation. Claiming to have completed assigned tasks, that were, in fact 6. completed by another person. 7. Plagiarizing materials or works, in whole or in part, prepared by another person without citing appropriate reference credit. 8. Allowing another person to take a test or examination in ones place. 9. Improperly obtaining through theft, bribery, collusion, or otherwise any test or examination paper prior to the date and time for writing such test or examination. 10. Aiding or abetting anyone in an academic offence. 11. Fraud. Academic Year: The Academic Year runs from September through August. A period of study for two successive academic terms normally reects an academic year for study purposes. Term: Reects a period of study in the academic year which is normally about fteen (15) weeks Fall, Winter, Spring Term Semester: Reects a level of study within a program Semester 1, 2, 3, 4, etc. Term Grades: Term grades are dened as grades accumulated throughout the study period of a course. Final Grades: Final grades are dened as the accumulation of all term grades.

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CERTIFICATES
Emergency Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 GIS Applications Specialist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 GIS Cartographic Specialist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 International Business Management . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Project Management NEW! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Sustainable Agriculture Co-op . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Wireless Information Networking NEW! . . . . . . . . . . 24

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Emergency Management Post Grad


Emergency Management Planners plan for and respond to natural and human caused emergencies. Acquire the skills to full this role, including the fundamentals necessary to prepare for business continuity and disaster recovery.
Program Code: EMP Start Date: September Credential: Ontario College Graduate Certicate Location: Peterborough

PROGRAM HiGhliGhts
In the unique, two-semester Emergency Management program, you will learn how to create a plan to prepare for and respond to natural and human caused emergencies. You will practice planning and implementing your plan in emergency scenarios, and learn about risk management, liability, and the relevant legislation, regulations, guidelines, and procedures. A vital component of an emergency management plan is to prepare for the disruption of business, with the goals of a smooth and quick recovery of affected business services. You will acquire the fundamentals to prepare for business continuity and disaster recovery and to build a business continuity management program. Legislation that makes emergency management mandatory has been implemented in many provinces and municipalities across Canada. Program graduates are employed with municipal, provincial and national government agencies. Opportunities are also rapidly increasing in the private sector, as companies and organizations recognize the need for business continuity planning and management. Emergency planners and business continuity coordinators are trained to prepare for events such as ooding, railroad or highway accidents involving hazardous chemicals, or problems with the water source that endanger health, such as Walkerton. International terrorism is also a consideration. Duties of emergency planners and business continuity co-coordinators include: Ensuring operational capability and general state of readiness for the emergency control group and the emergency operations centre Liaising with community partners and community leaders to develop and implement the emergency plan Assembling a general emergency manage ment plan, as well as common priority plans covering public information, emergency social services, evacuation and telecommunications, and hazard-specic preparedness plans for each hazard facing a community Designing emergency exercises and simula tions and assessing their effectiveness Developing a business continuity program in the event of an emergency to ensure a quick recovery of affected business services Examining and performing hazard identication and risk assessment and using mitigation and prevention strategies to eliminate or reduce the impacts of an emergency 14

Understanding the legislation, liability issues, roles and responsibilities of government and the private sector Curriculum in the Emergency Managment program aligns with new Canadian Standards Association Z1600 Emergency Management Business Continuity Program.

personnel, rst responders or volunteers occupational health and safety professionals security and risk management specialists members of the Canadian Forces engineers, teachers, nurses business and project management specialists

SUccess StORies
Graduates from the Emergency Management program at Fleming College have brought their creative learning, curriculum based foundation and excellent work ethic to meet the challenges of emergency management roles within the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services. The coaching, mentoring and class time spent in the Fleming College program, effectively equips them for entry into the world of emergency management and towards a successful career in the Ontario Public Service.
Barney Owens Ministry Emergency Management and Security Coordinator Emergency Management and Security Unit Toronto, ON

CAReeR OppORtUnities
Program graduates will be qualied to work in emergency management for municipal, provincial or national government agencies. There are also many employment opportunities within the private sector. Job titles include: Emergency Coordinator Business Continuity Analyst Corporate Emergency Management and Security Coordinator Emergency Management Program Analyst Our grads compete for jobs at the mid-management level, with starting salaries ranging from $55,000 to $75,000 in Canada.

WhY ChOOse FleMinG


Fleming College has strong strategic partnerships in the emergency services, security and risk management and healthcare elds, through programs such as Pre-Service Fireghter, Police Foundations, Security and Risk Management, Nursing, and Paramedic. As well, our School of Environmental and Natural Resource Sciences is home to several programs that concentrate on environmental issues, assessment and management. As a result, you will benet from this integrated and comprehensive perspective on emergency management. With our network of contacts and experience, you can be sure that your training will be relevant, your faculty will be highly qualied and possess specialized expertise, and you will acquire the hands-on skills you need to advance your career.

MiniMUM AdMissiOn ReQUiReMents


A minimum 15 years of academics in 1st or 2nd Division (Degree or Diploma). Minimum English language prociency: IELTS: 6.0. A post-secondary degree or advanced diploma.

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT CURRICULUM PROGRAM CODE SEMESTER 1 Applied Scenario Development Part I APST0066 Business Continuity Plans Part I ESRV0045 Emergency Exercise Design ESRV0042 Emergency Management Doctrine and Legislation ESRV0059 Emergency Planning and Management ESRV0039 HIRA/Mitigation/Prevention ESRV0050 Managing Projects in Emergency Management MGMT0108 SEMESTER 2 Applied Scenario Development Part II APST0067 Business Continuity Exercises and Management ESRV0076 ESRV0051 Business Continuity Plans Part II ESRV0047 Comprehensive Emergency Exercise Design ESRV0044 Emergency Information Management Emergency Operations Centre Design and ESRV0043 Procedures ESRV0046 Recovery Phase Planning

Is this YOU?
Successful graduates of our Emergency Management program come from a variety of backgrounds, including: Police Foundations, Security and Risk Management, Business, Health, and Environmental Sciences college programs University graduates from Liberal Arts, Business and Environmental Sciences programs. If you are changing careers, employment experience in one of the following elds will also be useful: police officer, firefighter, ambulance

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Geographic Information Systems Applications Specialist Post Grad


The Geographic Information Systems Application Specialist is the wizard who provides technical expertise to produce effective and useful plans and project reports through the applied use of technology.
Program Code: GIA Credential: Ontario College Graduate Certicate Start Date: September Location: Lindsay Please note: This program is 10 months duration.

PROGRAM HiGhliGhts
GIS Application Specialists help various agencies and government do effective planning to manage all aspects of the environment and community life. For example, you might work on natural resources, agriculture, or community health projects. Youll be collecting information, and then distilling it to be put into a form that specialists and technicians can use. In this post-graduate, intensive GIS program you will use current, high-end technology tools to collect, store, manipulate, analyze, interpret, and communicate geographic information within a variety of disciplines. Flemings leadership in this field has been recognized by industry, government and business through their support in establishing the Geomatics Institute at Fleming. These outstanding partnerships offer students access to the latest computer hardware, software, data resources and eld technology used in the industry today, as well as unprecedented learning and employment opportunities. You will have plenty of opportunities to practice your skills in a work-like setting, with a student to computer ratio of one-to-one. Not sure which of our two GIS Ontario College Graduate Certicate programs is right for you? The common rst semester in the GIS Applications Specialist and GIS Cartographic Specialist programs gives you a good overview and understanding of the technologies and diverse skills particular to careers in these elds. Subject to enrolment capacity, you can pursue specialized study in the program of your choice in semester two. In addition to acquiring a hands-on, rm foundation using GIS technology tools, you will have many opportunities to build on your teamwork, team building, project management, problem-solving and critical thinking skills. Since employers are seeking these broad-based transferrable skills, this experience working in technology teams will give you an edge in the workplace. This three-semester program starts in September with a 15-week semester ending in December, continues in January with another 15-week semester ending in April, and concludes with a seven-week semester starting in May and ending in June.

WhY ChOOse FleMinG


Our track record and our constant evolution to provide the latest in technology and quality teaching are two very good reasons to consider Flemings Geographical Information Systems Application Specialist program. Fleming was the rst college to offer GIS training in Ontario, and has been doing so for over 20 years all other college GIS programs have only been established in the last few years. Were constantly upgrading and changing our program to suit the current and future demands of the eld. For instance, new courses in remote sensing, web applications and Global Positioning Systems (GPS) for spatial data are included in the curriculum. As well, graduates of this program receive an Ontario College Graduate Certicate a credential that recognizes the comprehensive and advanced level of study required in this program.

CAReeR OppORtUnities

MiniMUM AdMissiOn ReQUiReMents


Higher Secondary Certicate or Standard XII with a minimum 50% average. Minimum English language prociency: IELTS: 6.0. A post-secondary degree or advanced diploma in Science or Technology. Although traditionally GIS training accompanied a degree or diploma in natural resources, with exponential growth in the eld of GIS sciences, applicable backgrounds now range from forestry to marketing, from resource extraction to municipal planning, from health care to law enforcement. Previous GIS experience, while helpful, is not required for admission. Recommended: Since GIS is a eld of study that makes extensive use of computer hardware and software technology, students entering the GIS-Applications Specialist program must be familiar with computers. While not required, advantageous skills include: introductory level statistics, or nite mathematics, database and computer programming experience.

WORK EXpeRience
Youll spend a signicant part of your time in the program doing experiential work putting theory into practice. A co-operative GIS project in the nal semester involves cross-disciplinary teams from the GIS Applications Specialist and Cartographic Specialist programs working together on a project for a business, government, or industry client.

Is this YOU?
Knowing your way around a computer, hardware and software, is denitely high on the list of skills you need to succeed in this eld. You should also possess the following: interest in ongoing education and upgrading creativity perseverance (there are many challenges) willingness to work hard (a 40 60 hour work week in the program) energy and persistence analytical skills problem solving ability

RelAted PROGRAMs
Computer related programs that might be of interest to you include GIS Cartographic Specialist and Geomatics Technician.

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Theres a consistently high placement rate within six to 12 months of graduating, with an average starting salary in the $35,000.00$45,000.00 range in Canada. On graduation, when combined with your previous education/ work experience, you could work in positions as diverse as GIS programmer/analyst, applications specialist/consultant, ecosystem IT manager, utilities manager, database manager, GIS systems operator, and land information manager. The options for career change are strong. You can go back to your previous profession and apply your GIS studies there, or make a move into a new career.

GEOGRApHIC INFORMATION SYsTEMs AppLICATIONs SpECIALIsT CURRICULUM PROGRAM CODE SEMESTER 1 GIS Database Principles Geodesy Geovisualization I Problem Solving and Programming Remote Sensing and Image Analysis Spatial Analysis I Surveying and CAD Mapping Web Design and Programming GEOM0065 GEOM0104 GEOM0102 GEOM0067 GEOM0066 GEOM0103 SURV0021 GEOM0101 SEMESTER 2 Advanced Remote Sensing Customization of GIS Applications Environmental Modeling GIS Co-operative Project Planning and Management GIS Database Development Spatial Analysis II Web GIS Development SEMESTER 3 GIS Co-operative Project GIS Data Management Survey Camp GEOM0075 GEOM0073 GEOM0105 GEOM0068 GEOM0070 GEOM0109 GEOM0099 APST0062 GEOM0111 APST0087

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Geographic Information Systems Cartographic Specialist Post Grad


Through the Geographic Information Systems Cartographic Specialist program you can become a procient GIS practitioner, visual designer and communicator creating a variety of customized maps and other products for the many users of geographic information.
Program Code: GC Credential: Ontario College Graduate Certicate Start Date: September Location: Lindsay Please note: This program is 10 months duration.

PROGRAM HiGhliGhts
Cartography known as the art and science of making maps, has come a long way since the efforts of early mapmakers who worked with pen and ink. While cartography still relies on many of the traditional principles, mapmaking now requires incorporating the best of modern research and technology. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) allows todays cartographer to store geographic data in an organized way, to allow for quick access, correlation, and analysis. This system also facilitates the development of cartographic displays. By using GIS, cartographers are able to collect, store, and combine data about a given area, subject, or region being researched. GIS helps planners working on environmental, public health, municipal planning, and natural resource projects (to name a few uses) monitor change, predict trends and manage resources using current relevant data. The GIS Cartographic Specialist program is an advanced post-graduate program, building on your existing, related skills. Flemings leadership in this field has been recognized by industry, government and business through their support in establishing the Geomatics Institute at Fleming. These strong partnerships offer students access to the latest software packages and data resources as well as unprecedented learning and employment opportunities. Most GIS programs focus on geographic analysis and application but the Fleming Cartographic Specialist program is based on a dual approach which is truly unique. You will become a proficient GIS practitioner, as well as a visual designer and communicator using GIS data and software to create a wide variety of customized maps and other products for users of geographic information. Not sure which of our two GIS Ontario College Graduate Certicate programs is right for you? The common rst semester in the GIS Cartographic Specialist and GIS Applications Specialist programs gives you a good overview and understanding of the technologies and diverse skills particular to careers in these elds. Subject to enrolment capacity, you can choose which area of specialized study you will pursue in semester two. In addition to acquiring a hands-on, rm foundation using Cartography, digital mapping and GIS technology skills and tools, you will have many opportunities to build on your teamwork, team building, project management, problem-solving and critical thinking skills. Since employers are seeking fleming college

these broad-based transferrable skills, this experience working in technology teams will give you an edge in the workplace. This three-semester (10-month) program starts in September with a 15-week semester ending in December, continues in January with another 15-week semester ending in April, and concludes with a seven-week semester starting in May and ending in June.

WORK EXpeRience
Youll spend a signicant part of your time in the program doing experiential work putting theory into practice. A co-operative GIS project in the nal semester involves cross-disciplinary teams from the GIS Cartographic Specialist and Applications Specialist programs working together on a project for a business, government, or industry client.

WhY ChOOse FleMinG


Graduates of Flemings cartographic programs have earned a reputation for excellence through their achievements in the workplace, and through cartographic and GIS competitions. Over the years, they have captured 80 American Congress on Surveying and Mapping awards in annual competitions (student category), as well as numerous awards from the Canadian Cartographic Association and the Canadian Institute of Geomatics.

Is this YOU?
While not prerequisites, there are a few skills and abilities that will help you to succeed in this program. These include: good creative thinking skills strong oral and written communication skills self-discipline excellent time management skills analytical skills computing skills

SUccess StORies
Graduate Meghan Miller is featured in a January 2012 article of GoGeomatics with an interview describing her experience in the program and her career path since graduation. Meghan now works for Canadian Cartographic Corporation (CCC). Read the article Meghan Miller: Creative Cartographer at: gogeomatics.ca/meghan_miller.htm Adam Thom, 2010 program graduate, is the winner of the Arthur Robinson Award for Best Printed Map at the 2011 Cartography and Geographic Information Society (CaGIS) Map Design Competition. The award is sponsored by the National Geographic Society and Avenza-MAPublisher. Three students of the 2010 class submitted presentations to the Canadian Cartographic Association 2010 Online Mapping Contest. One of the entries, by Nicole Benishek, won the Gold Medal for Best Interactive Online Map. To view the contest entries, go to: www.cca-acc.org/cca-nrc010.asp

CAReeR OppORtUnities
With your GIS-Cartographic Specialist certicate, you will be able to pursue a variety of exciting, responsible positions within GIS and digital mapping environments, such as: government mapping agencies utility, engineering, and planning departments private sector mapping, planning, consulting, utility, and natural resource rms

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MiniMUM AdMissiOn ReQUiReMents


Higher Secondary Certicate or Standard XII with a minimum 50% average. Minimum English language prociency: IELTS: 6.0. A post-secondary degree or advanced diploma in Science or Technology. Applicants without a degree or diploma should consider beginning their Geomatics career with the Geomatics Technician Program. Although traditionally GIS training accompanied a degree or diploma in natural resources, with exponential growth in the eld of GIS sciences, applicable backgrounds now range from forestry to marketing, from resource extraction to municipal planning, from health care to law enforcement. Previous GIS experience, while helpful, is not required for admission. Recommended: Since GIS is a eld of study that makes extensive use of computer hardware and software technology, students entering the GIS-Cartographic Specialist program must be familiar with computers.

GEOGRApHIC INFORMATION SYsTEMs CARTOGRApHY SpECIALIsT CURRICULUM PROGRAM CODE SEMESTER 1 GIS Database Principles Geodesy Geovisualization I Problem Solving and Programming Remote Sensing and Image Analysis Spatial Analysis I Surveying and CAD Mapping Web Design and Programming SEMESTER 2 Advanced Remote Sensing Environmental Modeling GIS Co-operative Project Planning and Management Geovisualization II Municipal Mapping and GIS Web Communication Web GIS Development SEMESTER 3 GIS Co-operative Project Geovisualization III Survey Camp GEOM0065 GEOM0104 GEOM0102 GEOM0067 GEOM0066 GEOM0103 SURV0021 GEOM0101 GEOM0075 GEOM0105 GEOM0068 GEOM0106 GEOM0108 GEOM0107 GEOM0099 APST0062 GEOM0110 APST0087

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If you have signicant difculty perceiving distinctions between colours you will experience greater challenges in map-making.

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International Business Management Post Grad


Each day the equivalent of almost 4 trillion US dollars in currency is traded in the global foreign exchange markets. In 2010, the UN Conference on Trade and Development estimated Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) to be 1.12 trillion US dollars. According to the International Monetary Fund, the volume of world trade is forecasted to grow by 7.1% per year from 201316.
Program Code: IBM Credential: Ontario College Graduate Certicate Start Dates: January, May, September Location: Peterborough

PROGRAM HiGhliGhts
Globalization, without a doubt, is an integral part of the business environment and its importance is growing each year. Whether it is here in Canada or across the world in countries like India and China, an understanding of the international marketplace is critical for reward and prosperity in business. Building on the success of our three-year International Trade advanced diploma program, Fleming College has developed this new, exciting and relevant one year (37-week) post-graduate certicate in International Business Management. Not only do we focus on the core foundations of international business, we also look at developing the skills necessary for individuals to grow into the managers, owners and inuencers of tomorrows global business world. Courses on innovation, leadership, and social and environmental responsibility will elevate you to this level. The course work, coupled with our capstone Applied Project, will give you the skills and experience that are sought after by business and that are so necessary to compete internationally. International Business Management students will graduate with a fundamental understanding of the global importance of the environment and sustainability, diversity, globalization and experiential learning through our applied learning project model. EDGE as it is known within our School, is an all-encompassing knowledge and skill-based learning approach.

WhAt it TAKes tO SUcceed


intercultural awareness language skills the ability to take risks and an entrepre neurial attitude CURRICULUM PROGRAM CODE SEMESTER 1 Global Supply Chain Management International Law International Market Research and Entry Strategies International Marketing Leadership in a Globalized Environment The Global Business Environment & Entrepreneurship SEMESTER 2 Applied Projects Computer Applications for International Business and Trade Corporate Social and Environmental Responsibility Importing and Exporting Regulations Innovation in the Global Marketplace International Business Plans/Project Management International Trade Financing and Accounting MTRL0042 LAWS0252 MKTG0120 MKTG0119 MGMT0170 BUSN0146 APST0108 COMP0494 MGMT0172 INTL0003 MGMT0171 MGMT0173 ACCT0088

CAReeR OppORtUnities
Your choices in the area of International Business are diverse and you can focus your skills on careers in almost any area of business within the global marketplace. Examples include the areas of international management, sales, marketing, global logistics, importing and exporting, tourism and hospitality. The skills learned at Fleming College are also easily transferable to elds such as the government, international aid agencies and the military.

MiniMUM AdMissiOn ReQUiReMents


A minimum 15 years of academics in 1st or 2nd Division (Degree or Diploma). Minimum English language prociency: IELTS: 6.0. A post-secondary degree or advanced diploma (Bachelor of Commerce, Business Administration, Business Management, Computer Engineering, International Studies, Technology or Hospitality/Tourism or relevant Diploma).

WhY ChOOse FleMinG?


We ensure that students understand the international marketplace, and we build on this, striving for the ability to apply this understanding to analyze, synthesize and critique. While at Fleming College you will learn about International Business Management through a variety of traditional and non-traditional class methods, including case studies, simulations, guest speakers and eld trips. Again, this is all a foundation for our capstone Applied Project. During the seven-week Applied Project, you will work with mentors and fellow classmates on real life, real world international projects for real clients. This experience will demonstrate to others that you can put words into action and will also clearly illustrate to employers that you are ready for the world of international business.

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the ability to communicate across cultures

INTERNATIONAL BUsINEss MANAGEMENT

Project Management Post Grad


Program Code: PMG Credential: Ontario College Graduate Certicate Start Date: September, January Location: Peterborough

SHORT SUMMARY
This diploma program provides you with the skills and knowledge to efciently manage all aspects of projects in a competitive global environment. Demand is growing for project managers who can use internationally accepted principles with initiative and agility to achieve organizational goals. The content of this program aligns with the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) as dened by the Project Management Institute (PMI). You will learn how to initiate, plan, manage and close projects including the use of scheduling tools, budgeting, human resource management, risk management and quality control. Throughout the program, you will hone your negotiation and communication skills to provide you with a competitive edge as leader of high performance teams.

Successful completion of this program will give you the skills and experience that are sought after by organizations of all descriptions and are necessary to compete internationally.

CAReeR OppORtUnities
One fth of the global GDP (US $12 trillion) is being spent on projects in 2012. Organizations that range from global businesses to governments and NGOs have identied project management and skilled project managers as the key to their success. The demand for project professionals is staggering, with an average of 1.2 million projected new jobs needing to be lled each year for the next decade. CNN Money has ranked Information Technology Project manager as being #5 of the Top 50 Best Jobs in America with a 10 year job growth projected rate of 16% and an increase in online job ads from April 09 to August 09 of 17%. According to Indeed.com, project management appears to have grown approximately 30% in the last ve years. Graduates will nd employment in a variety of positions such as: Project Manager Project Analyst Project Control Analyst Business Analyst Project Schedule Analyst Project Officer Project Coordinator

WhY ChOOse FleMinG?


At Fleming College, The Faculty of Business, Computing and Hospitality at Fleming College provides a learning experience that is supported by faculty from a wide range of disciplines and industries. The College has strong local, regional and global ties and is highly attuned to the needs of the business community. Students will be surrounded by an environment that values academic excellence as well as practical workplace skills and has an extensive suite of support services. Course material will be delivered using a variety of methods including traditional lectures, case studies, simulations, guest speakers and eld trips as well as hands-on experience with integration tools such as Microsoft Ofce Project. Fleming College is accredited by the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities and is committed to academic excellence and the success of its graduates. In addition, The Faculty of Business, Computing and Hospitality at Fleming College includes a proprietary approach to education called EDGE that encompasses four major principles (Environment, Diversity, Globalization and Experience). All four pillars of the EDGE philosophy are included within this programs content and format. There is a vibrant and fast growing international student component which provides a rich experience for domestic and international students. The College provides a comprehensive support system to contribute to making your experience challenging, successful and memorable.

PROGRAM HiGhliGhts
Efcient project management has become a key element in the success of todays organizations. Professionals in this eld help to drive innovation and growth within the organization and facilitate the successful completion of projects. The increasing complexity of todays business environment requires a focus on business basics and well developed project management skills. There is a globally accepted skill base required for effective project management. The content of this program aligns with the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) as dened by the Project Management Institute (PMI), a worldwide industry organization association that maintains standards and credentials and certies project management professionals in 185 countries. Canada is well placed to provide training in the eld of project management for both the domestic and international markets with a well structured industrial and commercial base and broad experience in international trade. Students will be exposed to a rich environment that encourages innovation, entrepreneurship and diversity. Building on the success and expertise embodied in its advanced diploma programs including International Trade, Marketing, Human Resources and Business Administration, Fleming College offers a one year Post Graduate Diploma in Project Management. This program will focus on the skills required for you to manage projects on-time and on-budget in an expanding and increasingly competitive global economy. These skills are not taught in traditional business programs. You will take courses that develop leadership, organizational, interpersonal, meeting and presentation skills. You will be introduced to traditional project management techniques as well as the exciting new Agile Project Management approach. You will also be exposed to the current concepts of Lean Six Sigma as it applies to project management. 20

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In line with other graduate certicates at comparator colleges, the minimum admission requirement for this program is an Ontario College Diploma or an undergraduate university degree in business, science, engineering or related eld. Professionals who are currently in management and professionals with equivalent and related work experience will also be considered for admission on an individual basis.

WhAt It TAKes tO SUcceed


Cross-cultural awareness and the effort to adjust your approach and learning style accordingly. Strong English language skills and the ability to use the language effectively for business communications. The ability to work as part of integrated teams and assume leadership roles as appropriate. Individual motivation and initiative. Commitment to continual learning.

pROJECT MANAGEMENT CURRICULUM SEMESTER 1 Principles of Project Management Project Management Tools and Techniques Project Scope, Quality and Risk Management Project Planning and Scheduling Project Communication Human Resource Management SEMESTER 2 Effective Business Presentations Corporate Social Responsibility and Ethics Lean Project Management Managing Change Procurement and Contract Management Project Cost Management International Project Management

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Sustainable Agriculture Co-op Post Grad


The three-semester Sustainable Agriculture program is designed for new and beginner farmers seeking an intensive, applied learning experience in sustainable, ecological or natural farming methods.
Program Code: SAG Credential: Ontario College Graduate Certicate Start Dates: January Location: Lindsay

PROGRAM HiGhliGhts
Farming practices in the Sustainable Agriculture program are based on the principles of environmental stewardship, farmer protability, social responsibility and community health. Following the progression of the farm year, course work will focus on the principles and practices of sustainable agriculture, small farm operations and viability, and the exploration of new and expanding niche markets. You will also examine strategies for direct marketing and new farm business models. The culmination of this learning is the development of your own business case and farm plan. With experienced farmers and practitioners as your guides, the program is enriched by farm eld days, site visits, community-based learning activities and excellent resource materials.

Meet optimal standards of food safety including handling, cleaning, processing, preserving and storage. Develop a viable business case, business plan, and direct marketing strategies to support a non-capital intensive, sustainable farm enterprise. Plan for and manage the day to day business operations of the farm enterprise in order to create a dependable farm income. Develop an integrated farm plan that accounts for ecological farm practices, environmental protection, biodiversity and wildlife preservation. Develop an approach to whole farm thinking that optimizes the management and use of on-farm resources, and reduces the use of non-renewable resources and purchased production inputs.

sUSTAINAbLE AGRICULTURE CO-Op CURRICULUM PROGRAM CODE APST0090 AGRI0012 AGRI0001 AGRI0004 AGRI0003 AGRI0002 AGRI0005 APST0091 AGRI0013 AGRI0009 AGRI0007 AGRI0010 AGRI0008 AGRI0006 AGRI0011

SEMESTER 2 On-Farm Co-op SEMESTER 3 Community Project II Farm Business Case & Farm Business Plan Farm Enterprise & Market Research Farm Lands Research & Farm Plan Farm Marketing Strategy & Plan Food Systems, Processing & Production Research, Resource and Project Portfolio II

CO-Op EXpeRience
The 18-week, on-farm, co-op experience over the summer creates further opportunities for specialization. Please note: Students pay tuition and fees for 2 semesters of study, plus a co-op fee of approximately $468.00 for administrative costs associated with the co-op placement. Completion of the Sustainable Agriculture program will enable you to: Develop a personal philosophy and approach to sustainable farming, using knowledge of historic and contemporary farm practices, food culture and systems. Protect and renew soil fertility and health through use of composts, green manures, cover crops, rotation, tillage and soil testing and amendments. Develop crop plans and rotations to meet small-scale through eld-scale production needs. Manage a small-scale market garden and / or greenhouse operation from seed starts through harvest. Integrate natural biological cycles and controls in managing plant pathogens, weeds, insect pests and parasites. Assess the merits and viability of integrating small-scale livestock production and heritage breeds in the mixed farm operation and manage their husbandry and welfare. Plan for, problem-solve and manage the day-to-day events and operations of the farm enterprise, including maintenance and repair, economy in use of resources, development of on-farm systems, animal and crop husbandry and farm labour.

CAReeR OppORtUnities
Options for employment are diverse. Graduates might start their own small-scale farm operation, or Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program; manage a market garden or farmers market; promote agri-tourism and local food; or co-ordinate an urban or community garden, or a farm-to-school program.

MiniMUM AdMissiOn ReQUiReMents


Higher Secondary Certicate or Standard XII with a minimum 50% average. Minimum English language prociency: IELTS: 6.0. A post-secondary degree or advanced diploma To hear an interview with program developer Helen Knibb, go to: www.cjly.net/deconstructingdinner/ 102209.htm

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SEMESTER 1 Co-op Planning & Preparation Community Project I Food, Agriculture & Community Livestock, Crop and Field Market Garden and Greenhouse Principles of Sustainable Agriculture Research, Resource and Project Portfolio I

Wireless Information Networking Post Grad


Length: 60 weeks (4 semesters of 15 weeks) Program Code: WIN Credentials: Ontario College Graduate Certicate Start Date: September, January Location: Peterborough

PROGRAM HiGhliGhts
What the PC meant to everyday life in the late 1980s, wireless local area networks mean to individuals, businesses, government and other organizations today. Networks, and increasingly wireless networks, are becoming the hub of commercial and industrial development across the world as we understand and experience the benets of wireless networking for day to day functions including: operations monitoring and control communications within and between organizations information sharing within and between organizations mobile real time accounting and cost control mobile real time sales support and marketing At the heart of the wireless world is Wireless Information Networking (WIN), and the growing need for professionals who can develop and implement solutions for the conguration and integration of wireless devices. Capturing data from wireless sensors or wireless synching of mobile devices within secure environments are only a couple of the types of WIN challenges facing businesses, government and organizations today that this program addresses. Building on the success of our Computer Engineering, Security, and Instrumentation and Control Diplomas this intensive Graduate Certicate program reects the latest developments in WIN and relies heavily on applied teaching approaches. It focuses on the design, planning, implementation, operation and troubleshooting of wireless networks, and will cover a wide range of topics including: network analysis server technology technical project management throughout technology life cycles technology as a service -- preventing network wide service outages domestic vs. commercial/industrial needs radio technologies -- RF, cellular, microwave and satellite wireless LAN and WAN setup, security and troubleshooting VOIP 802.11 (a, b and g) technologies vendor interoperability strategies emerging wireless technologies

WhY ChOOse FleMinG?


To expand and enrich your knowledge in a cutting edge eld, you must learn from leading industry experts. Flemings WIN instructors are experienced industry professionals at the top of their eld. For you this means hands-on, application oriented learning and building of wireless information networks. You will learn by practicing on the equipment used in Industry. While at Fleming you will learn about WIN through a variety of methods such as lectures and labs; analysis of best practices; simulations; guest speakers; eld trips; and, applied industry project. During the capstone applied industry project you will work on real life industry WIN problems for real businesses and organizations. This full 15-week experience during the nal (4th) semester will demonstrate to others that you can develop WIN solutions to real world business and organization problems. Students graduating from Flemings WIN program will be equipped with the theoretical and practical skills necessary to pursue careers as network professionals. The EDGE focus within the Faculty of Business, Computing and Hospitality is founded on 4 principles: Environmental Responsibility: Learn how to contribute to a sustainable future. Ensure your career leaves a green footprint. Diversity: Work with a variety of people from faculty, administration, students and members of the community. Learn how to be creative and innovative. Global Perspective: Learn to compete on a level playing eld in the global market. Experience: Gain real experience in your eld through case studies, simulations, placements and applied projects.

AdMissiOn ReQUiReMents
A minimum 15 years of academics in 1st or 2nd Division (Degree or Diploma). A post-secondary degree or advanced diploma in Computer Applications, Information Technology or Software Engineering. Minimum English language prociency: IELTS: 6.0

WIRELEss INFORMATION NETwORKING CURRICULUM SEMEsTER 1 RF Theory & Antenna Radiation Advanced Operating Systems Unix & Windows Broadcast Technology Advanced Network Fundamentals Advanced Principles of Design Enterprise Network Policy and Procedures SEMEsTER 2 Advanced Firewalls & Intrusion Detection VOIP Advanced LAN Switching and Wireless Wireless Network Security Mobile Broadband Equipment Deployment & Interconnection SEMEsTER 3 Advanced Accessing the WAN Advanced Managing Technical Projects Mesh Networking RFID Advanced Routing Protocols & Concepts Wireless Network Analysis & Design SEMEsTER 4 Applied Project

WhAt It TAKes tO SUcceed


intercultural awareness the ability to communicate across cultures and language skills well-developed learning skills and attitudes being able to work independently and as part of a team

CAReeR OppORtUnities
For graduates of the WIN program, your specialist knowledge and skills could be used to support and manage wireless information networks in any organization that uses them. You will be qualied for positions in: wireless LAN management and support wireless service providers broadband and mobile communications

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Accounting Fast Track


Obtain the business, nancial and practical skills you need to succeed in an Accounting career.
Program Code: BABFT Credential: Ontario College Advanced Diploma Start Dates: September Location: Peterborough

PROGRAM HiGhliGhts
In just 2 years, the Business Administration Fast Track program provides the opportunity to: Participate in a field placement with a business or industry for hands-on experience. Take part in courses common to all Business Administration students at Fleming in semesters one and two to gain a good overview of business. Specialize in the training youll need to pursue your career as an accountant in semesters three through six.

WORK EXpeRience
Put your education to the test. As part of your studies, you will complete a minimum of 140 hours of eld placement. Youll arrange these placements, with the support of your program co-ordinator, during the course of study. This experience in a business or industry will give you the chance to put your education to work and provide contacts and a network for future employment.

CAReeR OppORtUnities
Job opportunities are available in many sectors, including: banks, manufacturing and service companies, government ministries, and nonprot or charitable organizations. Positions range from junior accountant to nancial analyst, as well as accounting technician or auditor, among others.

Is this YOU?
To succeed in an accounting career you require these skills or traits: Detail-oriented Problem-solving ability Computer skills Strong analytical and creative thinking skills Strong interpersonal skills

MiniMUM AdMissiOn ReQUiReMents


Students with min. 15 years of academics in 1st or 2nd Division (Bachelor of Commerce, Business Administration or Business Management or relevant Diploma) will typically be assessed for Fast Track entry to Year Two (Semester 3). Further advanced standing beyond the Fast Track option may be granted for students with more advanced credentials.

WhY ChOOse FleMinG


Graduates of the Accounting program can choose to enter the workforce or pursue a professional designation. Your course work can be counted towards exemptions in the rst three levels of the Certied General Accountant (CGA) program of study. Youll be taught by professionals who know what you need to succeed and graduate with the relevant education employers are looking for. This program will prepare you for a career in todays ever-changing world. The EDGE focus within the Faculty of Business, Computing and Hospitality is founded on 4 principles: Environmental Responsibility: Learn how to contribute to a sustainable future. Ensure your career leaves a green footprint. Diversity: Work with a variety of people from faculty, administration, students and members of the community. Learn how to be creative and innovative. Global Perspective: Learn to compete on a level playing eld in the global market. Experience: Gain real experience in your eld through case studies, simulations, placements and applied projects. Develop your EDGE at the Faculty of Business, Computing and Hospitality.

RelAted PROGRAMs
Graduates can pursue a CGA program after graduation for further qualications and professional designation.

ACCOUNTING FAsT TRACK CURRICULUM PROGRAM CODE SEMESTER 3 Business and Contract Law Computerized Accounting I Contemporary Management Skills Introductory Accounting II Macroeconomics CHOOSE ONE OF: Basics of Importing Database Fundamentals International Business Negotiating Skills New Ventures LAWS0004 ACCT0074 ORGB0007 ACCT0004 BUSN0013 W: INTL0001 COMP0405 BUSN0011 ORGB0009 BUSN0061 PROGRAM CODE SEMESTER 5 Communications Report Writing Finance I Intermediate Accounting: Liabilities and Owners Equity Management Accounting II Taxation I CHOOSE ONE OF: International Money Matters Managing Event Budgets Program Operations SEMESTER 6 Auditing Field Placement II (BAB) Finance II Microeconomics Taxation II General Education Elective CHOOSE ONE OF: Computers and Information Systems Culinary Cost Controls Enterprise Resource Planning Event Program Operations II COMM0006 ACCT0077 ACCT0080 ACCT0023 ACCT0068 W: INTL0007 ACCT0054 MGMT0078 ACCT0005 FLPL0139 ACCT0081 BUSN0018 ACCT0031

SEMESTER 4 Business Statistics and Quantitative Methods MATH0046 Field Placement I (BAB) FLPL0138 Intermediate Accounting: Assets ACCT0076 Intermediate Computer Applications COMP0103 Management Accounting I ACCT0022 Payroll Administration MGMT0020 CHOOSE ONE OF: Computers and Information Systems Enterprise Resource Planning COMP0024 MGMT0139

COMP0024 CULN0037 MGMT0139 MGMT0079

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Business Administration Fast Track


The Business Administration program provides a good overview of all the functions, tasks and positions in the business environment. As a generalist, youll nd yourself managing multiple tasks, projects and people in whatever area of business you choose.
Program Code: BADFT Credential: Ontario College Advanced Diploma Start Dates: September Location: Peterborough

PROGRAM HiGhliGhts
Want to plan your own education in business without specializing, in just 4 semesters? The Business Administration Fast Track program offers a wide variety of business and related courses to suit your career goals. Our focus on team-based management skills will give you the skills employers are seeking. If you decide, part-way through your program, that you really want to specialize in a specic business area, you can easily switch over to another business program of your choice without loss of credits.

WORK EXpeRience
As part of your studies, you will complete a minimum of 140 hours of eld placement. Field placement provides an opportunity to gain actual work experience while studying and is mandatory for all business diploma programs. Youll arrange your eld placements with the support of your program co-ordinator. This experience in a business or industry will give you the chance to put your education into practice and provide valuable contacts and a network for future employment.

BUsINEss ADMINIsTRATION FAsT TRACK CURRICULUM PROGRAM CODE SEMESTER 3 Business and Contract Law Contemporary Management Skills International Business Macroeconomics CHOOSE TWO OF: Basics of Importing Customer Service Management Effective Sales Techniques Occupational Health and Safety Recruitment and Selection LAWS0004 ORGB0007 BUSN0011 BUSN0013 INTL0001 BUSN0062 MKTG0008 MGMT0015 MGMT0017

Is this YOU?
Success in this eld requires: Curiosity about business Problem-solving skills Analytical and creative thinking ability An entrepreneurial spirit

SUccess StORies
Fleming College provides students with an excellent education. I believe it is the professors and staff who make the difference. They take a keen interest in working with students to create an enjoyable learning environment.
IAn ChURch, Program Graduate Partner, Haultain Services, Woodview, Ontario

SEMESTER 4 Business Statistics and Quantitative Methods MATH0046 Field Placement I (BAD/GBE) FLPL0136 Intermediate Computer Applications COMP0103 Microeconomics BUSN0018 CHOOSE TWO OF: Effective Problem Solving Marketing Communications Principles of Buying Retail Essentials Speaking Effectively to Groups ORGB0008 MKTG0017 MKTG0022 MKTG0027 COMM0031

CAReeR OppORtUnities
Choose the career direction you want to pursue since you will have an excellent overview of business, you will be a good candidate for general management positions. As a manager, you are expected to know enough about each area you supervise to be able to manage teams, individuals, and projects effectively. Salaries are varied, depending on whether you work for a non-prot organization, small or a large company, and are generally higher in larger cities.

WhY ChOOse FleMinG


This program will prepare you for a career in todays ever-changing world. The EDGE focus within the Faculty of Business, Computing and Hospitality is founded on 4 principles: Environmental Responsibility: Learn how to contribute to a sustainable future. Ensure your career leaves a green footprint. Diversity: Work with a variety of people from faculty, administration, students and members of the community. Learn how to be creative and innovative. Global Perspective: Learn to compete on a level playing eld in the global market. Experience: Gain real experience in your eld through case studies, simulations, placements and applied projects. Develop your EDGE at the Faculty of Business, Computing and Hospitality.

SEMESTER 5 Communications Report Writing COMM0006 Negotiating Skills ORGB0009 Organizational Theory, Structure and Design BUSN0021 General Education Elective CHOOSE TWO OF: Basics of Importing Career Search Consumer Behaviour New Ventures INTL0001 BUSN0027 MKTG0005 BUSN0061

MiniMUM AdMissiOn ReQUiReMents


Students with min. 15 years of academics in 1st or 2nd Division (Bachelor of Commerce, Business Administration or Business Management or relevant Diploma) will typically be assessed for Fast Track entry to Year Two (Semester 3). Further advanced standing beyond the Fast Track option may be granted for students with more advanced credentials.

SEMESTER 6 Corporate Social Responsibility: Ethical Conduct of Business MGMT0066 Enterprise Resource Planning MGMT0139 Field Placement II (BAD) FLPL0137 CHOOSE THREE OF: Effective Problem Solving Internet/Direct Marketing Marketing Communications Principles of Buying Retail Essentials Training and Development Transportation ORGB0008 MKTG0012 MKTG0017 MKTG0022 MKTG0027 MGMT0018 INTL0006

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Human Resources Management Fast Track


The Human Resources Management program will provide you with the skills required to optimize the potential of employees, while maximizing your organizations effectiveness.
Program Code: BAHFT Credential: Ontario College Advanced Diploma Start Dates: September Location: Peterborough

PROGRAM HiGhliGhts
Fast track to a career in Human Resources Management in just 4 semesters. Human Resources managers deal with such diverse and complex areas as: recruitment and selection orientation, training and development employment and pay equity employee and labour relations health and safety salary and benefits administration In this six-semester program, youll learn how to address all of them. In order to apply your knowledge, youll acquire workplace experience, as well as perform numerous handson, in-class activities. You will be encouraged to join the Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA), and attend monthly meetings of the local chapter. You will also have the opportunity to serve as a student volunteer at HRPAs annual conference -- a great opportunity to make valuable career and job contacts.

WORK EXpeRience
Youll participate in a collective bargaining simulation, analyze your performance conducting a video-taped selection interview, develop a recruitment campaign for a real-world job, develop and deliver a training program and analyze a job and develop a job description. You will also complete two 70-hour eld placements.

MiniMUM AdMissiOn ReQUiReMents


Students with min. 15 years of academics in 1st or 2nd Division (Bachelor of Commerce, Business Administration or Business Management or relevant Diploma) will typically be assessed for Fast Track entry to Year Two (Semester 3). Further advanced standing beyond the Fast Track option may be granted for students with more advanced credentials.

Is this YOU?
Youll need these traits and abilities to succeed in an HR career: an interest in people and in helping them achieve their potential excellent interpersonal skills good oral and written communication skills time-management skills conflict resolution skills

RelAted PROGRAMs
If you attain an overall average of at least 70 percent in the courses that you take in nine HR specialization areas, with no mark less than 65 percent, you will be eligible to write the National Knowledge Exam, set by the Canadian Council of Human Resources Associations (CCHRA) and administered by HRPA. Passing this exam is now a requirement to attain the Certied Human Resources Professional (CHRP) designation. The courses creditable for the exam include: Human Resources Administration; Financial Statements and the Finance Environment and Management Accounting, or Finance and Accounting; Occupational Health and Safety; Recruitment and Selection; Industrial Relations; Organizational Theory, Structure and Design; Compensation Administration; Human Resources Planning; and Training and Development.

CAReeR OppORtUnities
As a Human Resources grad, there are plenty of career directions in the eld for you to consider, such as: human resources assistant recruiter/staff trainer salary/benefits administrator employment/pay equity consultant health and safety co-ordinator labour relations co-ordinator employee relations specialist Youll typically begin your career as a human resources assistant, working as a generalist, or in one of the areas of specialization. You could be employed by a wide variety of organizations, ranging from nancial services and manufacturing to government and education.

WhY ChOOse FleMinG


Our Business Administration Human Resources Management program offers: all of the HRPA-approved courses needed to qualify for the National Knowledge Exam, plus a variety of other courses to round out your education a smaller, more personalized setting than youd nd elsewhere. This program will prepare you for a career in todays ever-changing world. The EDGE focus within the Faculty of Business, Computing and Hospitality is founded on 4 principles: Environmental Responsibility: Learn how to contribute to a sustainable future. Ensure your career leaves a green footprint. Diversity: Work with a variety of people from faculty, administration, students and members of the community. Learn how to be creative and innovative. Global Perspective: Learn to compete on a level playing eld in the global market. Experience: Gain real experience in your eld through case studies, simulations, placements and applied projects. Develop your EDGE at the Faculty of Business, Computing and Hospitality.

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HUMAN REsOURCEs MANAGEMENT FAsT TRACK CURRICULUM PROGRAM CODE SEMESTER 3 Contemporary Management Skills Finance and Accounting Negotiating Skills Occupational Health and Safety Recruitment and Selection Macroeconomics SEMESTER 4 Business Statistics and Quantitative Methods Field Placement I (BAH) Industrial Relations Intermediate Computer Applications Payroll Administration Effective Problem Solving ORGB0007 ACCT0011 ORGB0009 MGMT0015 MGMT0017 BUSN0013 MATH0046 FLPL0144 MGMT0010 COMP0103 MGMT0020 ORGB0008

CHOOSE ONE OF: Corporate Social Responsibility: Ethical Conduct of Business MGMT0066 Speaking Effectively to Groups COMM0031 SEMESTER 5 Career Search Communications Report Writing Compensation Administration Organizational Theory, Structure and Design General Education Elective CHOOSE ONE OF: Consumer Behaviour Effective Sales Techniques International Business Marketing Research Presentations and Creativity SEMESTER 6 Enterprise Resource Planning Field Placement II (BAH) Human Resources Planning Microeconomics Training and Development BUSN0027 COMM0006 MGMT0001 BUSN0021

MKTG0005 MKTG0008 BUSN0011 MKTG0020 MKTG0107 MGMT0139 FLPL0145 MGMT0008 BUSN0018 MGMT0018

CHOOSE ONE OF: Corporate Social Responsibility: Ethical Conduct of Business MGMT0066 Hotel Operational Training Simulation HOSP0052 Speaking Effectively to Groups COMM0031

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International Trade Fast Track


With the International Trade program you can acquire the skills for a career with global logistics companies, freight forwarders, importing/exporting rms, customs brokers, or with consulting and trading companies.
Program Code: TDFT Credential: Ontario College Advanced Diploma Start Dates: September Location: Peterborough

PROGRAM HiGhliGhts
This 4-semester Fast Track program will prepare you for a global career in international trade through: hands-on training and actual import/export activities practical case studies in tariff classification, customs documentation, export market planning and development, NAFTA Rules of Origin, international freight forwarding and logistics, and much more a unique three-week international study eld trip. The entire 6th semester is an in-depth Applied Learning Project. Students also have the opportunity to complete the 6th semester at Universidad Del Valle de Mexico near Mexico City.

WORK EXpeRience
Experiential learning is the cornerstone of all our business programs. Through extensive, semester-long applied projects for clients, eld placements or a co-op work placement, Fleming students are able to put to use the skills learned in the classroom within a realworld business environment. INTERNATIONAL TRADE FAsT TRACK CURRICULUM PROGRAM CODE SEMESTER 3 Basics of Importing Customs For Trade International Business Macroeconomics General Education Elective CHOOSE ONE OF: Contemporary Management Skills Effective Sales Techniques New Ventures Spanish I INTL0001 INTL0005 BUSN0011 BUSN0013

Is this YOU?
an interest in working cross-culturally and internationally cultural sensitivity and language skills an entrepreneurial attitude good people skills

ORGB0007 MKTG0008 BUSN0061 LANG0011

CAReeR OppORtUnities
Your career choices in the area of International Trade are extensive. You can focus your skills on careers in almost any area of business within the global marketplace. Every year this program has a high placement rate. Many of our students nd work before graduation within the eld. Our graduates are working around the world with global logistics companies, freight forwarders, importing/exporting rms, customs brokers, or for consulting and trading companies. Job titles include customs clearance agent, designated ship broker, freight forwarder, logistics co-ordinator and international marketing agent, among others.

WhY ChOOse FleMinG


Fleming College is the only college in Canada that offers you a three-year program in International Trade, rather than an international business program. The emphasis at Fleming is on practical applications used in international trade. You may actually import or export goods for sale as part of your training. Your in-class instruction will be rst-rate, drawing on the facultys real-life experience in the eld. Professional afliations with the Canadian International Freight Forwarding Association (CIFFA) and the Canadian Professional Logistics Institute (P. Log) keep the curriculum relevant and up-to-date. The entire 6th semester is an applied project where you will work with an industry client. This program will prepare you for a career in todays ever-changing world. The EDGE focus within the Faculty of Business, Computing and Hospitality is founded on 4 principles: Environmental Responsibility: Learn how to contribute to a sustainable future. Ensure your career leaves a green footprint. Diversity: Work with a variety of people from faculty, administration, students and members of the community. Learn how to be creative and innovative. Global Perspective: Learn to compete on a level playing eld in the global market. Experience: Gain real experience in your eld through case studies, simulations, placements and applied projects. Develop your EDGE at the Faculty of Business, Computing and Hospitality.

SEMESTER 4 Advanced Importing Techniques INTL0002 Corporate Social Responsibility: Ethical Conduct MGMT0066 of Business Market Assessment and Export Management MKTG0108 BUSN0018 Microeconomics INTL0006 Transportation CHOOSE ONE OF: Business Statistics and Quantitative Methods MATH0046 MGMT0139 Enterprise Resource Planning LANG0012 Spanish II SEMESTER 5 Communications Report Writing Global Political Economy International Law International Money Matters CHOOSE ONE OF: International Marketing Logistics Management Occupational Health and Safety Spanish/English for Business SEMESTER 6 Applied Project (TD) COMM0006 INTL0008 LAWS0040 INTL0007 MKTG0011 MTRL0012 MGMT0015 LANG0015 APST0099

MiniMUM AdMissiOn ReQUiReMents


Students with min. 15 years of academics in 1st or 2nd Division (Bachelor of Commerce, Business Administration or Business Management or relevant Diploma) will typically be assessed for Fast Track entry to Year Two (Semester 3). Further advanced standing beyond the Fast Track option may be granted for students with more advanced credentials.

RelAted PROGRAMs
Not yet settled on a career in business? Why not consider Marketing, Hospitality Administration Hotel and Resort, or Tourism and Travel?

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Marketing Fast Track


The Marketing program provides students with the critical skills to identify business opportunities through researching and assessing customers, competitors and the overall marketplace.
Program Code: BAAFT Credential: Ontario College Advanced Diploma Start Dates: September Location: Peterborough

PROGRAM HiGhliGhts
You can Fast Track to a successful career in Marketing in just 4 semesters. The program combines experiential learning opportunities with courses covering all areas of marketing practice and strategy, including: International Marketing Direct/Internet marketing Marketing research Sales Product management Advertising Promotion Consumer behaviour There is no shortage of enthusiasm or expertise in the classroom, as your professors have worked in marketing and are passionate about their work. The entire 6th semester is an in-depth Applied Learning Project. Students also have the opportunity to complete the 6th semester at Universidad del Valle de Mexico near Mexico City.

Experience: Gain real experience in your eld through case studies, simulations, placements and applied projects. Develop your EDGE at the Faculty of Business, Computing and Hospitality.

MARKETING FAsT TRACK CURRICULUM PROGRAM CODE SEMESTER 3 Effective Sales Techniques International Business Presentations and Creativity Macroeconomics General Education Elective CHOOSE ONE OF: Consumer Behaviour Contemporary Management Skills New Ventures Spanish I MKTG0008 BUSN0011 MKTG0107 BUSN0013

Is this YOU?
Marketing specialists tend to be: Outgoing, creative thinkers Persuasive communicators Able to work well in groups Able to work well under pressure and to deadlines Able to juggle many projects simultaneously Able to see both the big picture and the details.

MKTG0005 ORGB0007 BUSN0061 LANG0011

CAReeR OppORtUnities
Marketing graduates are versatile and go on to careers in marketing, advertising, sales or public relations. Some of these positions include: Sales representative or manager Advertising Agency account executive Customer service representative Marketing research analyst Marketing manager Internet marketing specialist Direct marketing specialist Marketing consultant Advertising analyst

SEMESTER 4 Corporate Social Responsibility: Ethical Conduct of Business MGMT0066 Internet/Direct Marketing MKTG0012 Marketing Communications MKTG0017 Microeconomics BUSN0018 CHOOSE ONE OF: Business Statistics and Quantitative Methods Enterprise Resource Planning Market Assessment and Export Management Retail Essentials Spanish II Training and Development SEMESTER 5 Communications Report Writing Design and Layout Marketing Plans Marketing Research CHOOSE ONE OF: International Marketing Spanish/English for Business SEMESTER 6 Applied Project (BAA) MATH0046 MGMT0139 MKTG0108 MKTG0027 LANG0012 MGMT0018 COMM0006 MKTG0007 MKTG0019 MKTG0020 MKTG0011 LANG0015 APST0098

WhY ChOOse FleMinG


Flemings Marketing program focuses on real-life marketing challenges in a globalized world. The program is an applied educational experience. For example, you will use case studies from actual businesses in several of your courses. In the 6th semester, Applied Projects course you will take on the roll of a marketing consultant for a corporate or non-prot client. Throughout the project you will be guided by a faculty mentor to meet your clients objectives. Through these experiences, you will acquire a broad skill set to make you more qualied and increase your opportunities for employment. Our marketing faculty are accessible, approachable, and ready to work with you on concerns or goals for the future. This program will prepare you for a career in todays ever-changing world. The EDGE focus within the Faculty of Business, Computing and Hospitality is founded on 4 principles: Environmental Responsibility: Learn how to contribute to a sustainable future. Ensure your career leaves a green footprint. Diversity: Work with a variety of people from faculty, administration, students and members of the community. Learn how to be creative and innovative. Global Perspective: Learn to compete on a level playing eld in the global market.

MiniMUM AdMissiOn ReQUiReMents


Students with min. 15 years of academics in 1st or 2nd Division (Bachelor of Commerce, Business Administration or Business Management or relevant Diploma) will typically be assessed for Fast Track entry to Year Two (Semester 3). Further advanced standing beyond the Fast Track option may be granted for students with more advanced credentials.

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DIPLOMAS AND CERTIFICATES


Accounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Biotechnology Technologist Forensics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Blasting Techniques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Business . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Business Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Chef Training . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Computer Engineering Technician . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Computer Engineering Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Computer Security and Investigations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Culinary Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Drug and Alcohol Counsellor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Earth Resources Technician . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Ecosystem Management Technician . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Electrical Engineering Technician . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Electrical Techniques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 Environmental Technician . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Fire Systems Engineering Technician . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Fitness and Health Promotion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Forestry Technician . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 Health Information Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 Hotel and Restaurant Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Human Resources Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 Instrumentation and Control Engineering Technician . . 61 International Trade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 Marketing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 Office Administration Executive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 Personal Support Worker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 Pharmacy Technician . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 Recreation and Leisure Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67 Resources Drilling and Blasting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69 Social Service Worker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70 Tourism and Travel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 Visual and Creative Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73

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Accounting
Obtain the business, nancial and practical skills you need to succeed in an Accounting career.
Program Code: BAB Credential: Ontario College Advanced Diploma Start Dates: September, January Location: Peterborough

PROGRAM HiGhliGhts
The three-year Business Administration Accounting program provides the opportunity to: Participate in a field placement with a business or industry for hands-on experience. Take part in courses common to all Business Administration students at Fleming in semesters one and two to gain a good overview of business. Specialize in the training youll need to pursue your career as an accountant in semesters three through six.

Is this YOU?
To succeed in an accounting career you require these skills or traits: Detail-oriented Problem-solving ability Computer skills Strong analytical and creative thinking skills Strong interpersonal skills

MiniMUM AdMissiOn ReQUiReMents


Higher Secondary Certicate or Standard XII with a minimum 50% average. Minimum English language prociency: IELTS: 6.0. Not for UG degree holders.

RelAted PROGRAMs
Graduates can pursue a CGA program after graduation for further qualications and professional designation.

CAReeR OppORtUnities
Job opportunities are available in many sectors, including: banks, manufacturing and service companies, government ministries, and nonprot or charitable organizations. Positions range from junior accountant to nancial analyst, as well as accounting technician or auditor, among others.

WhY ChOOse FleMinG


Graduates of the Accounting program can choose to enter the workforce or pursue a professional designation. Your course work can be counted towards exemptions in the rst three levels of the Certied General Accountant (CGA) program of study. Youll be taught by professionals who know what you need to succeed and graduate with the relevant education employers are looking for. This program will prepare you for a career in todays ever-changing world. The EDGE focus within the Faculty of Business, Computing and Hospitality is founded on 4 principles: Environmental Responsibility: Learn how to contribute to a sustainable future. Ensure your career leaves a green footprint. Diversity: Work with a variety of people from faculty, administration, students and members of the community. Learn how to be creative and innovative. Global Perspective: Learn to compete on a level playing eld in the global market. Experience: Gain real experience in your eld through case studies, simulations, placements and applied projects. Develop your EDGE at the Faculty of Business, Computing and Hospitality.

ACCOUNTING CURRICULUM PROGRAM CODE SEMESTER 1 Business Essentials A Survival Course College Communications for Business and Hospitality Professionals Introductory Accounting Introductory Computing Marketing Math Fundamentals for Business Studies SEMESTER 2 Cash and Investment Decisions Communicating at Work for Business and Hospitality Professionals Human Resources Administration International Trade Operations Management Developing Effective Teams SEMESTER 3 Business and Contract Law Computerized Accounting I Contemporary Management Skills Introductory Accounting II Macroeconomics CHOOSE ONE OF: Basics of Importing Database Fundamentals International Business Negotiating Skills New Ventures ORGB0003 COMM0078 ACCT0072 COMP0345 MKTG0014 MATH0011 MGMT0159 COMM0148 MGMT0007 W: INTL0004 BUSN0020 ORGB0013 LAWS0004 ACCT0074 ORGB0007 ACCT0004 BUSN0013 W: INTL0001 COMP0405 BUSN0011 ORGB0009 BUSN0061 SEMESTER 5 Communications Report Writing Finance I Intermediate Accounting: Liabilities and Owners Equity Management Accounting II Taxation I CHOOSE ONE OF: International Money Matters Managing Event Budgets Program Operations SEMESTER 6 Auditing Field Placement II (BAB) Finance II Microeconomics Taxation II General Education Elective CHOOSE ONE OF: Computers and Information Systems Culinary Cost Controls Enterprise Resource Planning Event Program Operations II COMM0006 ACCT0077 ACCT0080 ACCT0023 ACCT0068 W: INTL0007 ACCT0054 MGMT0078 ACCT0005 FLPL0139 ACCT0081 BUSN0018 ACCT0031

Put your education to the test. As part of your studies, you will complete a minimum of 140 hours of eld placement. Youll arrange these placements, with the support of your program co-ordinator, during the course of study. This experience in a business or industry will give you the chance to put your education to work and provide contacts and a network for future employment.

SEMESTER 4 Business Statistics and Quantitative Methods MATH0046 Field Placement I (BAB) FLPL0138 Intermediate Accounting: Assets ACCT0076 Intermediate Computer Applications COMP0103 Management Accounting I ACCT0022 Payroll Administration MGMT0020 CHOOSE ONE OF: Computers and Information Systems Enterprise Resource Planning COMP0024 MGMT0139

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WORK EXpeRience

COMP0024 CULN0037 MGMT0139 MGMT0079

Biotechnology Technologist Forensics


Program Code: BTF Credential: Ontario College Advanced Diploma Start Date: September, January Location: Peterborough

PROGRAM HiGhliGhts
With a career in forensic biotechnology, you have diverse employment opportunities, from working in medical or health-related elds, to tracking down criminals or identifying victims of crime. Laboratory related occupations are among the fastest growing occupations in the economy. With specialization in Forensics/ DNA, this program is unique and graduates are in demand in this emerging eld. This advanced diploma program would traditionally take six semesters to complete. However, the program has been designed in an accelerated, compressed format, to provide six semesters of course work over ve semesters. In their nal, fth semester, students can complete their full-time internship from April to August giving graduates the advantage of getting out into the workforce faster. (Should they so choose, students may defer the summer internship until the fall.) Courses in the program integrate theory and practice opportunities in labs and practice settings. Graduates will be critical thinkers with problem-solving abilities, strong interpersonal, teamwork and communication skills and a solid foundation in forensic/DNA/medical applications.

WORK EXpeRience
A 15-week internship will immerse students in the work culture of a lab environment, give them the opportunity to seek experience in an area of specialization, and promote networking and awareness of the industry and job potential.

Ontario Association of Certied Engineering Technicians and Technologists (OACETT).

MiniMUM AdMissiOn ReQUiReMents


Higher Secondary Certicate or Standard XII with a minimum 50% average. Minimum English language prociency: IELTS: 6.0.

Is this YOU?
To succeed in this occupation, you need the following characteristics: curiosity and imagination persistence and willingness to work long hours willingness to do the reading required to keep up to date with new developments and discoveries. In addition, you should enjoy synthesizing information, nding innovative solutions to problems and working with equipment and instruments at tasks which require precision. Youll likely work in a team environment, so good interpersonal and communications skills are an asset.

RelAted PROGRAMs
If you dont possess the required science courses for admission to this program, or if you want to enhance your likelihood for entry, consider the one-year General Arts and Science College Health Science Option. Fleming College has reserved space in the Biotechnology Technologist Forensics program for students who successfully complete one year of study in this program.

BIOTECHNOLOGY TECHNOLOGIST FORENSICS CURRICULUM PROGRAM CODE SEMESTER 1 Biology I Chemistry I Forensic DNA Applications I Introduction to Canadian Justice System Introductory Computing Laboratory Math Technical Communications SEMESTER 2 Biology II Chemistry II Data Management and Analysis Forensic DNA Applications II (Integration) Forensic Techniques Laboratory Physics General Education Elective SEMESTER 3 Business for Biotechnology Forensic DNA Applications III (Integration) Laboratory Automation I Laboratory Operating Standards and Quality Assurance I Microbiology Molecular Biology General Education Elective SEMESTER 4 Biochemistry Forensic Chemistry Forensic DNA Applications IV (Integration) Laboratory Automation II Laboratory Ethics Laboratory Operating Standards and Quality Assurance II Pharmacology and Toxicology SEMESTER 5 Internship (BTF) SCIE0009 SCIE0131 SCIE0089 LAWS0044 COMP0345 MATH0114 COMM0032 SCIE0010 SCIE0132 COMP0222 SCIE0090 LAWS0246 SCIE0093

WhY ChOOse FleMinG


This cross-disciplinary program combines elements from the life sciences, applied computing, forensic science, automation, policing and lab methods, and business skills. This gives graduates the benet of having the multiple, job-ready skills that employers are seeking. The program has been developed in response to identied industry needs and a skills shortage in this eld. Todays lab environment requires technicians with skills in information technology, data management and data analysis. The college has programs, courses and faculty who specialize in these areas, as well as state-of-the-art technology to support the use of applied technology in laboratory environments. The colleges School of Law, Justice and Community Services is a partner in the development and delivery of the Trent University Honours Bachelor of Forensic Science degree. Students will benet from Flemings growing faculty expertise in this eld. As well, Fleming College is a founding partner in the Peterborough DNA Cluster. This strategic alliance between local private and public sector partners was created to advance local research of DNA and forensic science and develop economic growth opportunities, new technology businesses and jobs for the Peterborough region.

CAReeR OppORtUnities
Program graduates will be qualied to work in a variety of roles, such as DNA analyst, DNA technician/technologist, evidence technician, laboratory technologist, forensic technologist, serologist, and biotechnician/technologist. Employment settings include: private sector laboratories law enforcement forensic labs hospitals and clinical settings pharmaceutical, bio-pharmaceutical and biotechnology research and development companies government agencies such as the Canadian Centre for Forensic Science, the RCMP and OPP forensic labs university laboratories municipal waste water and drinking water treatment facilities application of pollution prevention, waste minimization, and water recycling microbiological testing facilities laboratory analysis to test food products plant and animal pathogen analysis animal science, aquaculture, wildlife management and restoration agricultural biotechnology research, breeding and selection laboratory services following ISO 17025 standards. Emerging career elds include microbial forensics and its applications to bio-terrorism and microbial disease. Program graduates can pursue further specialization and seek accreditation with regulating bodies such as the

BUSN0056 SCIE0091 AUTM0068 SCIE0100 SCIE0094 SCIE0095

SCIE0096 SCIE0146 SCIE0092 AUTM0069 SOCI0153 SCIE0101 SCIE0102 FLPL0097

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Blasting Techniques
The two-semester Blasting Techniques Ontario College Certicate is the only program of its kind in Canada. This is a highly practical, hands-on program, in a rapidly growing industry.
Program Code: SBL Credential: Ontario College Certicate Start Date: September Location: Lindsay

PROGRAM HiGhliGhts
Fascinated by the explosives industry? Do you like to work outdoors, and in challenging environments? If so, you may be interested in exploring a career as a blaster. With our welldeveloped connections with industry and our specialized resources and drilling compound, you get the hands-on training necessary for a career in blasting. Blasters ll blast holes with explosives and detonate them to dislodge coal, ore, rock, or aggregate, or to demolish structures. Blasters are employed by mining, quarrying, and construction, and drilling and blasting companies, as well as in the special effects industry. You will focus on three types of explosive cuts, and incorporate a wide range of skills in science, mathematics, and communications. Courses include explosives, blasthole drilling, blasting theory, blast design, geology, safety and accident prevention, and environmental issues. You will spend much of your time in labs, eld classes and eld assignments, and rening your skills in our state-of-the-art drilling and blasting training centre. Note: Students are subject to a criminal records check as required by eld placement site management. Please contact the program coordinator if there is a concern about this records check.

Is this YOU?
An enjoyment of working outdoors/ handson work Good motor skills Physical health Flexibility (particularly regarding hours of work) Communication/interpersonal skills Mechanical aptitude Ability to plan and organize activities Problem solving skills Ability to work independently Computer skills

BLAsTING TECHNIQUEs CURRICULUM PROGRAM CODE SEMESTER 1 Blasting Applications Field Camp I Blasting Fundamentals Common Core: Surface Miner Communications for Blasting Techniques I Mathematics and Trade Calculations for Blasting Product Knowledge for Blasting Safety and Legislation for Blasting Environmental Leadership SEMESTER 2 Blasthole Drilling Blasting Applications Field Camp II Communications for Blasting Techniques II Construction Blasting and Quarrying Environmental Impact of Blasting Fundamentals of Blasting II: Blast Design and Layout Governance and Safe Practices Rock Studies I Rock Studies II (SBL) General Education Elective APST0080 GEOL0049 GEOL0050 COMM0129 MATH0085 GEOL0051 LAWS0174 NATR0008 GEOL0046 APST0081 COMM0130 GEOL0054 NATR0093 GEOL0053 MTRL0038 GEOL0060 GEOL0062

CAReeR OppORtUnities
Job opportunities are very good across many sectors. Job titles include construction blaster, openpit blaster, and surface mining blaster. Blasters work closely with drillers and often perform both drilling and blasting activities. The annual salary range for a blaster/driller in Canada is $35,000 $62,000, depending upon experience and certication. Fully qualied surface blasters make up to $40.00 per hour. Blasting assistants earn $18 $25 per hour at the entry level. There are good opportunities for career advancement in this eld with training and experience. Specialized areas of blasting such as underground blasting have higher pay scales.

WhY ChOOse FleMinG


Flemings Blasting Techniques certicate has several advantages upon completion: You will have common core training as a Surface Miner as required by the Ministry of Labour to enter most blasting sites. Upon graduation, you will have the option of certifying with the International Society of Explosives Engineers (ISEE) in Quarrying, Basic Construction Blasting, and the Fundamentals of Blasting (Level One). Another option upon graduation is to expand your career and job opportunities by continuing at Fleming College in the Resources Drilling and Blasting Technician diploma program, with direct entry into the programs second semester.

MiniMUM AdMissiOn ReQUiReMents


Higher Secondary Certicate or Standard XII with a minimum 50% average. Minimum English language prociency: IELTS: 6.0.

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Business
Flemings exible Business program offers a wide variety of business and related courses so you can discover and explore your personal career goals.
Program Code: GBE Credential: Ontario College Diploma Start Dates: September, January Location: Peterborough

PROGRAM HiGhliGhts
Get on the road to success. This two-year Business diploma program provides: First-hand exposure to the business world Business experience from real-life situations of a work placement, as well as from classroom, group, and independent studies Courses include financial management, communications, marketing, business, math, developing business plans, human resources and operations management

Is this YOU?
You will succeed in this program and career if you possess: Curiosity about business Problem-solving skills Analytical and creative thinking ability An entrepreneurial spirit Strong work ethic

BUsINEss CURRICULUM PROGRAM CODE SEMESTER 1 Business Essentials A Survival Course College Communications for Business and Hospitality Professionals Introductory Accounting Introductory Computing Marketing Math Fundamentals for Business Studies SEMESTER 2 Cash and Investment Decisions Communicating at Work for Business and Hospitality Professionals Human Resources Administration International Trade Operations Management Developing Effective Teams SEMESTER 3 Business and Contract Law Effective Sales Techniques International Business Macroeconomics CHOOSE TWO OF: Basics of Importing Consumer Behaviour Contemporary Management Skills Customer Service Management Negotiating Skills New Ventures ORGB0003 COMM0078 ACCT0072 COMP0345 MKTG0014 MATH0011 MGMT0159 COMM0148 MGMT0007 INTL0004 BUSN0020 ORGB0013 LAWS0004 MKTG0008 BUSN0011 BUSN0013 INTL0001 MKTG0005 ORGB0007 BUSN0062 ORGB0009 BUSN0061

CAReeR OppORtUnities
Choose the career direction you want to pursue with your Business diploma. With your understanding of key business functions, you will be a good candidate for many different positions. You will likely develop a prociency in one or more areas, such as Human Resources or Marketing, which may lead you into a career in a business specialty.

WhY ChOOse FleMinG


This program will prepare you for a career in todays ever-changing world. The EDGE focus within the Faculty of Business, Computing and Hospitality is founded on 4 principles: Environmental Responsibility: Learn how to contribute to a sustainable future. Ensure your career leaves a green footprint. Diversity: Work with a variety of people from faculty, administration, students and members of the community. Learn how to be creative and innovative. Global Perspective: Learn to compete on a level playing eld in the global market. Experience: Gain real experience in your eld through case studies, simulations, placements and applied projects. Develop your EDGE at the Faculty of Business, Computing and Hospitality.

MiniMUM AdMissiOn ReQUiReMents


Higher Secondary Certicate or Standard XII with a minimum 50% average. Minimum English language prociency: IELTS: 6.0. Not for UG degree holders.

WORK EXpeRience
Put your studies to work. As part of your program, you will complete a minimum of 70 hours of eld placement. Field placement provides an opportunity to gain actual work experience while studying, and is mandatory for all business diploma programs. Youll arrange your eld placements with the support of your program co-ordinator. This experience in a business or industry will also provide valuable contacts and a network for future employment.

SEMESTER 4 Corporate Social Responsibility: Ethical Conduct of Business MGMT0066 Field Placement I (BAD/GBE) FLPL0136 Intermediate Computer Applications COMP0103 Retail Essentials MKTG0027 General Education Elective CHOOSE TWO OF: Effective Problem Solving Internet/Direct Marketing Principles of Buying Speaking Effectively to Groups ORGB0008 MKTG0012 MKTG0022 COMM0031

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Business Administration
The Business Administration program provides a good overview of all the functions, tasks and positions in the business environment. As a generalist, youll nd yourself managing multiple tasks, projects and people in whatever area of business you choose.
Program Code: BAD Credential: Ontario College Advanced Diploma Start Dates: September, January Location: Peterborough

PROGRAM HiGhliGhts
Want to plan your own education in business, without specializing? The Business Administration program offers a wide variety of business and related courses to suit your career goals. Our focus on team-based management skills will give you the skills employers are seeking. If you decide, part-way through your program, that you really want to specialize in a specic business area, you can easily switch over to another business program of your choice without loss of credits.

WORK EXpeRience
As part of your studies, you will complete a minimum of 140 hours of eld placement. Field placement provides an opportunity to gain actual work experience while studying and is mandatory for all business diploma programs. Youll arrange your eld placements with the support of your program co-ordinator. This experience in a business or industry will give you the chance to put your education into practice and provide valuable contacts and a network for future employment.

BUsINEss ADMINIsTRATION CURRICULUM PROGRAM CODE SEMESTER 1 Business Essentials A Survival Course College Communications for Business and Hospitality Professionals Introductory Accounting Introductory Computing Marketing Math Fundamentals for Business Studies SEMESTER 2 Cash and Investment Decisions Communicating at Work for Business and Hospitality Professionals Human Resources Administration International Trade Operations Management Developing Effective Teams SEMESTER 3 Business and Contract Law Contemporary Management Skills International Business Macroeconomics CHOOSE TWO OF: Basics of Importing Customer Service Management Effective Sales Techniques Occupational Health and Safety Recruitment and Selection SEMESTER 4 Business Statistics and Quantitative Methods Field Placement I (BAD/GBE) Intermediate Computer Applications Microeconomics CHOOSE TWO OF: Effective Problem Solving Marketing Communications Principles of Buying Retail Essentials Speaking Effectively to Groups SEMESTER 5 Communications Report Writing Negotiating Skills Organizational Theory, Structure and Design General Education Elective CHOOSE TWO OF: Basics of Importing Career Search Consumer Behaviour New Ventures ORGB0003 COMM0078 ACCT0072 COMP0345 MKTG0014 MATH0011 MGMT0159 COMM0148 MGMT0007 INTL0004 BUSN0020 ORGB0013 LAWS0004 ORGB0007 BUSN0011 BUSN0013 INTL0001 BUSN0062 MKTG0008 MGMT0015 MGMT0017 MATH0046 FLPL0136 COMP0103 BUSN0018 ORGB0008 MKTG0017 MKTG0022 MKTG0027 COMM0031 COMM0006 ORGB0009 BUSN0021 INTL0001 BUSN0027 MKTG0005 BUSN0061

Is this YOU?
Success in this eld requires: Curiosity about business Problem-solving skills Analytical and creative thinking ability An entrepreneurial spirit

SUccess StORies
Fleming College provides students with an excellent education. I believe it is the professors and staff who make the difference. They take a keen interest in working with students to create an enjoyable learning environment.
IAn ChURch, Program Graduate Partner, Haultain Services, Woodview, Ontario

CAReeR OppORtUnities
Choose the career direction you want to pursue since you will have an excellent overview of business, you will be a good candidate for general management positions. As a manager, you are expected to know enough about each area you supervise to be able to manage teams, individuals, and projects effectively. Salaries are varied, depending on whether you work for a non-prot organization, small or a large company, and are generally higher in larger cities.

WhY ChOOse FleMinG


This program will prepare you for a career in todays ever-changing world. The EDGE focus within the Faculty of Business, Computing and Hospitality is founded on 4 principles: Environmental Responsibility: Learn how to contribute to a sustainable future. Ensure your career leaves a green footprint. Diversity: Work with a variety of people from faculty, administration, students and members of the community. Learn how to be creative and innovative. Global Perspective: Learn to compete on a level playing eld in the global market. Experience: Gain real experience in your eld through case studies, simulations, placements and applied projects. Develop your EDGE at the Faculty of Business, Computing and Hospitality.

MiniMUM AdMissiOn ReQUiReMents


Higher Secondary Certicate or Standard XII with a minimum 50% average. Minimum English language prociency: IELTS: 6.0. Not for UG degree holders.

SEMESTER 6 Corporate Social Responsibility: Ethical Conduct of Business MGMT0066 Enterprise Resource Planning MGMT0139 Field Placement II (BAD) FLPL0137 CHOOSE THREE OF: Effective Problem Solving ORGB0008 Internet/Direct Marketing MKTG0012 Marketing Communications MKTG0017 Principles of Buying MKTG0022 Retail Essentials MKTG0027 Training and Development MGMT0018 Transportation INTL0006 fleming college 35

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Chef Training
Are you creative, with a keen interest in food preparation? Do you enjoy being a team player, and at the same time, have the ability to show leadership in a fast-paced environment? Flemings Chef Training certicate program is ideal if you like the challenge of physical work with a strong artistic appeal. The ability to travel and work long hours will improve your career opportunities.
Program Code: CHT Credential: Ontario College Certicate Start Dates: September, January Location: Peterborough

PROGRAM HiGhliGhts
In Flemings one-year (two-semester) Chef Training certicate program you will learn how to: apply basic food and bake theories to all aspects of food preparation contribute to a healthy, safe and well-maintained food service environment apply principals of nutrition to all aspects of food production understand food cost control techniques work effectively as a member of a food service team apply the self-management skills to contribute to the success of a food service operation

CAReeR OppORtUnities
Upon successful completion of Flemings Chef Training certicate program, you will have a number of options. You can: seek entry-level employment as a cook or assistant cook in a restaurant, hotel, catering or institutional food setting choose a working apprenticeship with the goal of writing the Provincial Trade of Cook Certicate of Qualication examination apply your Chef Training certificate towards advanced standing, and complete Flemings Culinary Management Program with one more year of study. With more experience and training in the eld, you can work towards a career as a garde manger, sous-chef, chef de cuisine, specialist chef or executive chef. CHEF TRAINING CURRICULUM PROGRAM CODE SEMESTER 1 Basic Culinary Techniques Basic Food Principles Business Essentials A Survival Course College Communications for Business and Hospitality Professionals Computer Applications for Hospitality Culinary Nutrition Food and Kitchen Safety Mathematics for Hospitality CULN0031 CULN0032 ORGB0003 COMM0078 COMP0198 CULN0034 CULN0033 MATH0112

WhY ChOOse FleMinG


This program will prepare you for a career in todays ever-changing world. The EDGE focus within the Faculty of Business, Computing and Hospitality is founded on 4 principles: Environmental Responsibility: Learn how to contribute to a sustainable future. Ensure your career leaves a green footprint. Diversity: Work with a variety of people from faculty, administration, students and members of the community. Learn how to be creative and innovative. Global Perspective: Learn to compete on a level playing eld in the global market. Experience: Gain real experience in your eld through case studies, simulations, placements and applied projects. Develop your EDGE at the Faculty of Business, Computing and Hospitality.

MiniMUM AdMissiOn ReQUiReMents


Higher Secondary Certicate or Standard XII with a minimum 50% average. Minimum English language prociency: IELTS: 6.0. Not for UG degree holders.

SEMESTER 2 Cuisine a la Carte and Baking Fundamentals CULN0038 Culinary Career Planning I CULN0046 Culinary Career Planning II CULN0050 Culinary Cost Controls CULN0037 Field Placement I (CM/CHT) FLPL0094 Food and Bake Theory CULN0036 Hospitality Marketing MKTG0054 Developing Effective Teams ORGB0013 General Education Elective

RelAted PROGRAMs
Other related hospitality programs are: Tourism and Travel, Hospitality Administration Hotel and Resort, Culinary Management, and Culinary Management Co-op Diploma Apprenticeship.

HeAlth ReQUiReMents
Students should be in good physical and mental health. Independent physical mobility and manual dexterity are essential in cooking. If you have any medical concerns, you are strongly advised to discuss your concerns with your doctor. Students are strongly urged to obtain vaccination against Hepatitis B prior to the practical component of the program.

WORK EXpeRience
During your studies you will be required to complete a minimum 80-hour in-school practicum. This workplace experience will provide you with the opportunity to practice the theories and skills you have been studying in the program.

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Computer Engineering Technician


The Computer Engineering Technician program is unique in Canada as it combines the study of computer and operating systems with the emerging eld of custom electronics.
Program Code: CTN Credential: Ontario College Diploma Start Date: September, January Location: Peterborough

PROGRAM HiGhliGhts
Home owners and corporations are demanding full integration when it comes to high-end entertainment, multi-room audio and video environmental control and automation of such things as doors, cabinets and lighting. With your custom electronic skills you will work with architects and builders to design, install and network these systems skills that are in demand in the job market. You will also learn about solving computer problems that can cause both major costs and setbacks for businesses, whether due to a major hardware failure or a minor software incompatibility. Courses in computer science and custom electronics are complemented by training in oral and written communications, customer relations, and team work. Theres plenty of hands-on learning, putting the theory you learn in the classroom into practice. Upon graduation, youll have the broad-based, transferable skills that are in demand with a rm foundation for a career designing automation systems for homes and corporations and conguring hardware and software for computer systems. Youll also nd opportunities troubleshooting problems in systems both before and after delivery to the customer or client. During your studies, you can obtain Cisco Networking certication. This program has received National Accreditation through the Canadian Technology Accreditation Board. Graduates are recognized by the Ontario Association of Certied Engineering Technicians and Technologists as meeting all the academic requirements for certication in the Certied Engineering Technician (Ctech) category. You have the opportunity to transfer to the three-year Computer Engineering Technology diploma.

WhY ChOOse FleMinG


Smaller classes mean more attention from dedicated faculty to help you meet challenges, and our broad-based approach to instruction will ensure versatility in your future career. This program will prepare you for a career in todays ever-changing world. The EDGE focus within the Faculty of Business, Computing and Hospitality is founded on 4 principles: Environmental Responsibility: Learn how to contribute to a sustainable future. Ensure your career leaves a green footprint. Diversity: Work with a variety of people from faculty, administration, students and members of the community. Learn how to be creative and innovative. Global Perspective: Learn to compete on a level playing eld in the global market. Experience: Gain real experience in your eld through case studies, simulations, placements and applied projects. Develop your EDGE at the Faculty of Business, Computing and Hospitality.

MiniMUM AdMissiOn ReQUiReMents


Higher Secondary Certicate or Standard XII with a minimum 50% average. Minimum English language prociency: IELTS: 6.0. Not for UG degree holders.

COMpUTER ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN CURRICULUM PROGRAM CODE SEMESTER 1 Applied Mathematics for Technology I Computer Hardware Electricity Software Fundamentals Career Essentials Technical Communications SEMESTER 2 Applied Mathematics for Technology II Electronics Intro to Microprocessors Network Fundamentals Operating Systems I Programming in C++ Developing Effective Teams SEMESTER 3 Commercial and Consumer Electronics Computer Hardware Computer and Network Security Operating Systems II Professional Practice Routing Protocols and Concepts SEMESTER 4 Accessing the WAN Integrated Systems Programming LAN Switching and Wireless Managing Technical Projects Network Cabling MATH0018 COMP0191 ELCT0084 COMP0086 ORGB0002 COMM0032 MATH0037 ELCT0082 ELCT0019 COMP0053 COMP0091 COMP0080 ORGB0013 ELCT0080 COMP0191 COMP0013 COMP0075 GNED0092 COMP0371 COMP0092 ELCT0081 COMP0070 ELCT0020 ELCT0074

Is this YOU?
These traits and abilities will help you succeed: curiosity about how computers work enjoy working with people/teams interested in working hands-on with the latest audiovisual and computer technology excellent analytical skills (important for problem solving) experience working with computers, programming an asset

CAReeR OppORtUnities
Employment opportunities for skilled technicians are available in a wide range of organizations, including work in home theatre and media room installation, home and corporate networks, smart boardroom or classroom electronics, electronic manufacturing industries, technical sales and support, or service and repair centres. The job market for computer and custom electronics professionals is strong, and technologys hottest jobs include custom audiovisual systems and computer networking. Salaries start at around $35,000. There are also excellent opportunities to start your own business.

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Computer Engineering Technology


With the three-year Computer Engineering Technology program, you can expand your repertoire of skills and knowledge to open up interesting and rewarding career opportunities.
Program Code: CTY Credential: Ontario College Advanced Diploma Start Date: September Location: Peterborough

PROGRAM HiGhliGhts
Beyond the technician level training, computer engineering technologists add analysis, design, project management and enhanced applied technology skills. Youll apply this knowledge to the analysis and design of complex computer systems and networks. Youll have open access beyond classroom time to our lab facilities time to explore and learn, hands-on. Your ability to work effectively as a member of a technical team will also be further developed through course studies and a fullsemester team-based project. This program has recently received National Accreditation with the Canadian Technology Accreditation Board. Graduates are recognized by the Ontario Association of Certied Engineering Technicians and Technologists (OACETT) as meeting all the academic requirements for certication in the Certied Engineering Technologist (CET) category.

WORK EXpeRience Applied PROJects @ FleMinG


In your nal semester you will work on an intensive team project. Each member of the team will contribute specialized knowledge, learned in his or her program of study, to the solution of a real-world technological problem posed by a sponsoring business or organization. This project will enhance problem-solving skills, applied industry knowledge, and the ability to work as part of an engineering/development team. Youll also learn critical workplace skills such as time management, how to map a critical path, and presentation skills. Since you may be working on sophisticated developmental or research based work, sponsors will often use the project as a testing ground and recruitment opportunity.

MiniMUM AdMissiOn ReQUiReMents


Higher Secondary Certicate or Standard XII with a minimum 50% average. Minimum English language prociency: IELTS: 6.0. 12th math. Not for UG degree holders.

COMpUTER ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY CURRICULUM PROGRAM CODE SEMESTER 1 Applied Mathematics for Technology I Computer Hardware Electricity Software Fundamentals Career Essentials Technical Communications SEMESTER 2 Applied Mathematics for Technology II Electronics Intro to Microprocessors Network Fundamentals Operating Systems I Programming in C++ Developing Effective Teams SEMESTER 3 Commercial and Consumer Electronics Computer Hardware Computer and Network Security Operating Systems II Professional Practice Routing Protocols and Concepts SEMESTER 4 Accessing the WAN Integrated Systems Programming LAN Switching and Wireless Managing Technical Projects Math for Technology III Network Cabling SEMESTER 5 Embedded Networking and Computing Mathematical Modelling Network Analysis Operating Systems Theory Principles of Design Working With Business and Industry SEMESTER 6 Applied Project (CTY) MATH0018 COMP0191 ELCT0084 COMP0086 ORGB0002 COMM0032 MATH0037 ELCT0082 ELCT0019 COMP0053 COMP0091 COMP0080 ORGB0013 ELCT0080 COMP0191 COMP0013 COMP0075 GNED0092 COMP0371 COMP0092 ELCT0081 COMP0070 ELCT0020 MATH0098 ELCT0074 COMP0037 MATH0022 COMP0069 COMP0237 COMP0412 GNED0042 APST0007

Is this YOU?
This program and career require: curiosity about how computers work ability to explain computing issues to others self-motivation ability to be a team player excellent listening skills enjoy working with people

SUccess StORies
Recent Grad Chris Rice was hired by Bryston Ltd., Canadas leading manufacturer of high end audio electronics, to create the user interface for the new Bryston Digital Player (BDP1). Rice is also now teaching the Technical Programming course within the Computer Engineering program. The digital player was nominated for Best New Product Award at the 2011 International Consumer Electronics Show.

CAReeR OppORtUnities
Graduates of this program have found positions as members of research and development teams composed of engineers, technologists, and technicians. In addition, many have found positions as eld service or customer representatives for equipment suppliers. Because of their more comprehensive education, graduates often eventually assume administrative responsibilities within their organizations. Your broad-based, transferrable skills will be to your benet. For example, Robert Half Technology, the leading resource on IT hiring and employment trends, reports in its recent Salary Guide that the long-range outlook for IT professionals is strong, and technologys hottest jobs include network systems and data communications analysts, network and computer systems administrators, and computer systems analysts. Sample job titles include: embedded software developer computer operations supervisor computer systems analyst server administrator network administrator LAN manager Graduates are in very high demand, with starting salaries in the $35,000 to $40,000 range in Canada.

WhY ChOOse FleMinG


Through our relationships with partners and industry leaders, were able to assist our grads to satisfying careers in the eld upon graduation. This program will prepare you for a career in todays ever-changing world. The EDGE focus within the Faculty of Business, Computing and Hospitality is founded on 4 principles: Environmental Responsibility: Learn how to contribute to a sustainable future. Ensure your career leaves a green footprint. Diversity: Work with a variety of people from faculty, administration, students and members of the community. Learn how to be creative and innovative. Global Perspective: Learn to compete on a level playing eld in the global market. Experience: Gain real experience in your eld through case studies, simulations, placements and applied projects. Develop your EDGE at the Faculty of Business, Computing and Hospitality.

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Computer Security and Investigations


The Computer Security and Investigations program is designed to provide you with the necessary knowledge and skills to take a leadership role in the protection and security of information technology.
Program Code: CSI Credential: Ontario College Advanced Diploma Start Date: September, January Location: Peterborough

PROGRAM HiGhliGhts
The Computer Security and Investigations program is designed to provide you with the necessary knowledge and skills to take a leadership role in the protection and security of information technology. Your classes are regularly reviewed and improved to be the most current subjects demanded by the industry, such as: Advanced Ethical Hacking Threat and Risk Analysis Information Security Advanced Computer Forensics Internet and Hacking Investigations CISCO Network Design and Management Network Security Criminology Justice Studies In addition to these cutting edge subjects, you will also learn how to develop systems, procedures, and human resources to manage the risks associated with information technology and be capable of providing technical assistance to prevent, investigate, and protect individuals and organizations from cyber-crime. Your studies will be from a security management and law enforcement perspective, with emphasis placed on both the technological and management skills required to implement information technology security, and the investigative skills necessary to respond appropriately to breaches of security. You will have the added benet of courses in law, justice, and criminology, taking advantage of Fleming Colleges reputation and experience in these elds, in addition to obtaining the technical training you need to function as a technological consultant. In this three-year program, the nal sixth semester is an applied project or co-operative eld placement in partnership with business, industry, a law enforcement agency, or government department.

skills required to become industry certied in a number of areas, including: CCNA Cisco Certified Network Architect CCE Certified Computer Examiner Security+ Network+ A+ Linux+ MCSE Microsoft Certified System Engineer CISSP Certified Information Systems Security Professional (student level qualication) CEH Certified Ethical Hacker EnCE Encase Certified Examiner With your diploma, and these top certications, you will demonstrate your abilities and value to the industry, gaining you the employment advantage.

Is this YOU?
excellent oral and written communication skills good problem solving skills creative and analytical thinking skills previous computing experience able to keep a cool head in a crisis research and investigative skills and interest desire to learn and be challenged strong time management skills

CAReeR OppORtUnities
Career opportunities are available in both public and private sector organizations. Job titles include: Information Technology Security Analyst Information Security Administrator Computer Security Consultant Investigator Network Security Specialist Computer Forensics Examiner Digital Investigative Specialist Starting salaries for many positions are $40,000 to $60,000 in Canada. Industry surveys identify that IT security professionals, with the security skills you will acquire, consistently earn higher income than others in the industry.

WORK EXpeRience
In your nal semester, you will work on an intensive team project or co-operative eld placement. Each student will contribute specialized knowledge, learned in his or her program of study, to the solution of a real world technological problem posed by a sponsoring business or organization. Recent projects include: Co-operative placements within financial and forensic rms, working real cases Co-operative placements within corporate security departments and information security service providers Security and penetration testing of a large Internet Service Provider Forensic analysis and creation of standards for a security corporation Development of a Linux based Darknet and Intrusion Detection system for a professional penetration testing company Development and field deployment of a computer network Intrusion Detection System for a managed security service company to support large commercial clients This applied project or co-operative eld placement will enhance problem-solving skills, applied industry knowledge, and the ability to work as part of a team. Youll also learn critical workplace skills such as time management, how to map a critical path, and presentation skills. Since you may be working on sophisticated developmental or research based work, sponsors will often use the project as a testing ground and recruitment opportunity.

MiniMUM AdMissiOn ReQUiReMents


Higher Secondary Certicate or Standard XII with a minimum 50% average. Minimum English language prociency: IELTS: 6.0. 12th math recommended.

WhY ChOOse FleMinG


Fleming has a well-known track record of producing talented graduates in both the Applied Computing and Engineering Science, and the Law and Justice elds. As such, you will acquire the best we have to offer--in a new, winning combination that will put you on the road to success as an in-demand computer security specialist. There are no other programs like this in Ontario. The program will provide you with the knowledge and skills to prepare you for industry certication in both the computer forensics and networking disciplines. As you progress through the program you will gain the fleming college

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COMpUTER sECURITY INVEsTIGATION CURRICULUM PROGRAM CODE SEMESTER 1 Computer Hardware Introduction to Canadian Justice for Legal Professions Introduction to Cyber Trends and Digital Evidence Mathematics for Computer Security Investigations Software Fundamentals Technical Communications SEMESTER 2 Concepts of Information Security and Risk Management Criminology Cyber Law Network Fundamentals Operating Systems I PERL Developing Effective Teams COMP0191 LAWS0245 COMP0482 MATH0108 COMP0086 COMM0032

SEMESTER 4 Accessing the WAN Criminal Procedures Digital Investigation Info Management & Cryptography Intro to Pentesting & Intrusion Analysis LAN Switching and Wireless SEMESTER 5 Advanced Investigations Advanced Pentesting Computer Forensics Firewalls and Intrusion Detection Security Architecture Data Management Working With Business and Industry SEMESTER 6 Applied Project CSI

COMP0092 LAWS0017 COMP0033 COMP0043 COMP0265 COMP0070 COMP0003 COMP0357 COMP0020 COMP0232 COMP0085 GNED0042 APST0011

COMP0497 LAWS0018 LAWS0084 COMP0053 COMP0091 COMP0234 ORGB0013

SEMESTER 3 COMP0013 Computer and Network Security Emergency Management & Operational Security C OMP0038 Internet Investigations COMP0051 Managing Technical Projects ELCT0020 Operating Systems II COMP0075 Routing Protocols and Concepts COMP0371 General Education Elective

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Culinary Management
Got a passion for living life to the fullest and for good food along the way? Does the act of creation inspire and drive your spirit? Combine these ingredients with a healthy dose of entrepreneurial attitude and a healthy respect for business, and youve got a winning recipe for an exciting career in Culinary Management.
Program Code: CM Credential: Ontario College Diploma Start Dates: September, January Location: Peterborough

PROGRAM HiGhliGhts
Flemings two-year Culinary Management program is designed to provide graduates with strong, entry level culinary management techniques, skills, and behaviours -- which will contribute to your potential for career advancement in a team-based hospitality environment. After completing on-the-job training requirements (in addition to your college diploma), graduates are eligible to write the provincial Trade of Cook Certicate of Qualications examination.

CAReeR OppORtUnities
Once you graduate, your career opportunities include work as a: Line Cook Station Cook Sous Chef Kitchen Manager Cafeteria Manager Sales Agent for a Food Supplier (Purveyor) Restaurant Manager The pay range is wide depending upon your previous experience, the type and size of the culinary/hospitality business, and its location. You might also take more training at the university level to become a dietician/nutritionist.

CULINARY MANAGEMENT CURRICULUM PROGRAM CODE SEMESTER 1 Basic Culinary Techniques Basic Food Principles Business Essentials A Survival Course College Communications for Business and Hospitality Professionals Computer Applications for Hospitality Culinary Nutrition Food and Kitchen Safety Mathematics for Hospitality CULN0031 CULN0032 ORGB0003 COMM0078 COMP0198 CULN0034 CULN0033 MATH0112

WhY ChOOse FleMinG


This program will prepare you for a career in todays ever-changing world. The EDGE focus within the Faculty of Business, Computing and Hospitality is founded on 4 principles: Environmental Responsibility: Learn how to contribute to a sustainable future. Ensure your career leaves a green footprint. Diversity: Work with a variety of people from faculty, administration, students and members of the community. Learn how to be creative and innovative. Global Perspective: Learn to compete on a level playing eld in the global market. Experience: Gain real experience in your eld through case studies, simulations, placements and applied projects. Develop your EDGE at the Faculty of Business, Computing and Hospitality.

MiniMUM AdMissiOn ReQUiReMents


Higher Secondary Certicate or Standard XII with a minimum 50% average. Minimum English language prociency: IELTS: 6.0. Not for UG degree holders. Background in business recommended.

SEMESTER 2 Cuisine a la Carte and Baking Fundamentals CULN0038 Culinary Career Planning I CULN0046 Culinary Cost Controls CULN0037 Culinary Career Planning II CULN0050 Field Placement I (CM/CHT) FLPL0094 Food and Bake Theory CULN0036 Hospitality Marketing MKTG0054 Developing Effective Teams ORGB0013 General Education Elective SEMESTER 3 Applied Culinary Principles Field Placement II (CM) Hospitality Operations I Hospitality Operations II Menu Planning Modern Pastry Craft Understanding Quality Ingredients General Education Elective SEMESTER 4 Applied Project Commercial Applied Project Institutional Applied Project Restaurant Operations CULN0041 FLPL0133 HOSP0049 HOSP0050 HOSP0009 CULN0043 CULN0042

RelAted PROGRAMs
When you complete the Culinary Management program you can obtain a Hospitality Administration Hotel and Resort diploma with just two more semesters of study. This will expand your career opportunities, increase your value in the work world and add to your specialized skill set. Other related hospitality programs are: Tourism and Travel, Chef Training, and Culinary Management Co-op Diploma Apprenticeship.

WORK EXpeRience
During your studies, you will be required to complete a minimum 160-hour in-school practicum. Your nal semester involves a 270-hour Applied Project, where you will be involved in the daily operations and management of Fulfords, our in-school restaurant and a 90-hour industry-based placement. These workplace experiences will provide you with the opportunity to practice the theories and skills you have been studying in the program.

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Students should be in good physical and mental health. Independent physical mobility and manual dexterity are essential in cooking. If you have a medical concern, you are strongly advised to discuss your concerns with your doctor. Students are strongly urged to obtain vaccination against Hepatitis B prior to the practical component of this program.

Drug and Alcohol Counsellor


The Drug and Alcohol Counsellor program will teach you ethical principles, counselling techniques, and theory to meet client needs. Along the way, youll learn more about yourself.
Program Code: DA Start Date: September Credential: Ontario College Diploma Location: Peterborough

PROGRAM HiGhliGhts
During the rst semester of your educational journey, youll learn the fundamentals of the human experience and communities, such as interpersonal relationships, social behaviour, and aboriginal history and culture. First semester studies also include an introduction to the eld of addictions. Group process, addictions counselling, leadership skills, eld and career orientation, social psychology and pharmacology will be your focus in second semester. Third semester courses focus on abnormal psychology, the legal and ethical aspects of counselling, group counselling, and the management of addictions. You will also explore advanced issues in addictions with a special emphasis on concurrent disorders and gambling. In your nal semester, you will practice what you have learned in the previous three semesters in a relevant and rewarding province-wide eld placement.

Is this YOU?
To work in this eld, you need: empathy toward people on the fringe crisis management skills the ability to work as part of a team emotional maturity DRUG AND ALCOHOL COUNsELLOR CURRICULUM PROGRAM CODE SEMESTER 1 Aboriginal History and Culture College Communications for the Helping Professions Counselling Skills I Human Growth and Development Introduction to Addictions Introduction to Psychology Introductory Computing SEMESTER 2 Abnormal Psychology Addiction and Families Communicating at Work for the Helping Professions Ethics and Professional Drug and Alcohol Practice Field Preparation I Management and Assessment Pharmacology Related to Addictions SEMESTER 3 Advanced Addiction Methods Applied Skills Concurrent Disorders DA Group Facilitation and Practice Field Preparation II Trends in Addiction General Education Elective SEMESTER 4 Field Work Experience GNED0049 COMM0079 COUN0055 SOCI0025 COUN0016 SOCI0036 COMP0345 SOCI0001 COUN0081 COMM0146 COUN0083 FLPL0061 COUN0082 COUN0025 COUN0087 COUN0088 COUN0084 COUN0086 FLPL0065 COUN0085

CAReeR OppORtUnities
Employment opportunities include work in withdrawal management and residential facilities, in shelters, and assessment and referral agencies, as a counsellor, case manager, therapist or relief staff. In particular, Aboriginal students are encouraged to consider this program, as First Nations communities are acknowledging a need for addictions counselling.

MiniMUM AdMissiOn ReQUiReMents


Higher Secondary Certicate or Standard XII with a minimum 50% average. Minimum English language prociency: IELTS: 6.0.

SUccess StORies
My experience during this program was fantastic. It was worth every minute. My goal of making a career change into this eld worked like a dream for me. When I graduated, I was prepared, because of what I learned at Fleming College. If I had a choice of any job, this is the one I would choose.
Rick Mayoh Trauma and Addictions Counsellor Tungasuvvingat Inuit Mamisarvik Healing Centre, Ottawa

RelAted PROGRAMs
Interested in other helping professions? You might also consider the Social Service Worker program.

HeAlth ReQUiReMents
Immunization Requirements This program has immunization requirements. For more information, and to print the required immunization form, please see the Immunization Information page.

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WhY ChOOse FleMinG


Flemings Drug and Alcohol Counsellor program offers unique, broad-based training which enables graduates to work in areas that used to be available only to youth workers or social workers. When you graduate, you may choose to complete a four-year degree in the eld through the University of Lethbridge.

WORK EXpeRience
Take your classroom experience on the road and apply it to one of many eld placement opportunities across the province in Semester 4. Agencies may require a current police records check available from your local police department upon payment of a fee. You may also be required to provide a current Standard First Aid Certicate, a current Basic CPR Certicate (level C) and Proof of Immunization.

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Earth Resources Technician


Graduates of our Earth Resources Technician program are often the employees of choice for major companies in the growing and wide-ranging earth resources and geotechnical sector.
Program Code: ERT Credential: Ontario College Diploma Start Date: September Location: Lindsay

PROGRAM HiGhliGhts
As an Earth Resources Technician, you can expect to be in demand. Career opportunities are diverse, ranging from the analysis of soil and rock, to groundwater assessment, from mineral exploration, to civil engineering and environmental consulting. The mandatory, paid 6 month co-op placement gives you the opportunity to earn while you learn, and make valuable connections within the industry. A strong geotechnical foundation is the bedrock of this program. Fleming College is the only college that offers such depth in geotechnical studies. But it is our unique mix of integrated courses in minerals, geophysics, geotechnical and environmental assessment that gives you a well-rounded and comprehensive skill set to meet the challenges of this eld. Employers value this combination and tell us they cant nd it elsewhere. In this two-year diploma program, youll also study such supportive skills as computing, human relations, and communications essentials for any earth resources professional. You will learn hands-on in this program, using our up-to-date geological equipment and computer technology. In fact, some companies that hire our grads use our facilities for their employee training. You wont just learn in the classroom you will learn in eld camps, laboratory settings and on the campus landscape. Plus, youll get the chance to practice your skills in a one-week fall eld camp in second year.

COMMOn FiRst SeMesteR


Students in our Schools diploma programs take the same courses for rst semester after choosing and being accepted into one of our programs. This common focus exposes you to a variety of career options and other programs. You will have the freedom to explore and obtain a multidisciplinary perspective, while you acquire a base of knowledge and fundamental skills. Although students are accepted into a specic program for their rst semester, the common rst semester allows you to change direction if you nd another program or career area is more appealing. Once you have successfully completed the common rst semester, you can enter the program of your choice in second semester, subject to enrolment capacity.

CAReeR OppORtUnities
Theres a shortage of skilled graduates to meet the growth in the geotechnical and mining exploration sectors. At our most recent on-campus job fairs, companies that recruited our graduates included Aqua Terre Solutions Inc., Crone Geophysics and Exploration Ltd., DGI Geoscience, Gartner Lee Ltd., Golder Associates, MultiVIEW Locates Inc., Naylor Engineering, and Trow Associates Inc. Some were hiring for multiple positions. Sample job titles include: geotechnical technician environmental technician process control/quality control technician hydrogeologic technician lab and field technician engineering technician/technologist geophysicist operator Your job duties could include terrain evaluation, soil, water and bedrock description and evaluation, groundwater and surface water pollution studies, engineering inspection for structures, remote sensing for earth resources, exploration for water, aggregates, minerals and site assessments. You could work for employers such as consulting engineering rms, aggregate production companies, mineral exploration companies, mineral processing labs, groundwater consultants, environmental planners, government agencies, and other corporations. With growth in the construction industry throughout Ontario, and in minerals exploration throughout Alberta and the north, employment prospects are high. Or, you might consider working internationally. Many graduates have experienced rapid advancement in their careers within a short period of time, partly because of the real shortage of people with the necessary education and training.

WORK EXpeRience
You will participate in a mandatory, paid 6 month co-op placement following semester 2. The co-op will take place from May to mid October, and provide an opportunity to enhance your learning experience, skills and abilities, as well as the opportunity to earn income. Please note: In addition to paying tuition and fees for two semesters of study, students will pay a co-op fee (approximately $468.00) for administrative costs associated with the co-op placement.

Is this YOU?
You have to love working in the outdoors if you want to succeed and be happy in this career. Other than that, you should possess: the ability to work within a group/team computer literacy self-discipline good organizational skills time management skills math skills/logical thinking analytical/creative thinking skills good oral/written communication skills

WhY ChOOse FleMinG


Fleming College has been offering geology programs for over 30 years and has acquired a well-established reputation This program is extremely well supported by alumni who donate equipment, samples, AND help new grads nd meaningful work in the eld or hire them Many of your faculty have worked as geolo gists or in a related eld and share their experience and expertise enthusiastically with their students You have the opportunity to do significant experiential learning right here on campus including soil, water and core testing For every hour you spend in lecture, youll spend two hours working at a hands-on project.

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MiniMUM AdMissiOn ReQUiReMents


Higher Secondary Certicate or Standard XII with a minimum 50% average. Minimum English language prociency: IELTS: 6.0. 12th math recommended.

EARTH REsOURCEs TECHNICIAN CURRICULUM PROGRAM CODE SEMESTER 1 Applied Mathematics in Natural Resource Sciences College Communications for Environmental Science Ecology and Environment Ecosystem Skills Geospatial Techniques Environmental Leadership SEMESTER 2 Co-op Preparation Data Management for Environmental and Natural Resource Sciences Introduction to Mineralogy and Petrology Introduction to Sampling Protocols Introductory Chemistry Soil Mechanics Statistics Technical Reporting General Education Elective SEMESTER RUNS JANUARY TO APRIL SEMESTER 3 ERT Co-op Placement CO-OP PLACEMENT TAKES PLACE FROM MAY TO MID-OCTOBER APST0100 SEMESTER 4 Computer Aided Drafting Geo-Environmental Site Investigations Geochemical Environmental Analysis Surcial Geology Surveying for ERT SEMESTER 5 Digital Image Processing for Natural Resources Geophysical Methods Principles of Hydrogeology Rock Engineering Sampling Protocols Stability of Earth and Structures General Education Elective COMP0012 GEOL0017 SCIE0065 GEOL0039 SURV0022

RelAted PROGRAMs
Many of our grads continue with their studies to increase their specialization. You might want to consider taking the Geographical Information Systems Application Specialist or Cartographic Specialist post-graduate programs. Other students explore a second (dual) diploma in Resources Drilling and Blasting or Environmental Technician.

MATH0063 COMM0044 ENVR0020 ECOS0013 GEOM0036 NATR0008 APST0089 COMP0461 GEOL0042 GEOL0064 SCIE0062 NATR0091 MATH0025 COMM0034

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Ecosystem Management Technician


Be a part of the solution as an Ecosystem Management Technician, you contribute to the health of ecosystems, minimizing the negative impact we have on the environment. Through careful consideration of the needs of society and the environment, youll help governments, conservation groups, and wildlife organizations do environmentally sustainable planning for the future.
Program Code: EMT Credential: Ontario College Diploma Start Dates: September, January Location: Lindsay

PROGRAM HiGhliGhts
The earth we abuse and the living things we kill, will, in the end, take their revenge; for in exploiting their presence we are diminishing our future. Marya Mannes, More in Anger Flemings Ecosystem Management Technician program highlights a holistic approach to the management of human activity within ecosystems. We will prepare you for an exciting career that can take you where YOU want to go, either in your home community, in a wilderness environment, or across the globe. You will study ecosystem composition, structure and function in wilderness, rural, and urban landscapes, and acquire a broad range of technical skills, as well as the exibility to adapt to changing job requirements. Throughout this program, you will: learn the principles of experimental design and research, and how to apply them to a project of your own participate in the monitoring and assessment of aquatic and terrestrial habitats, conduct resource inventories and environmental sampling, and develop plans for the management of public and private landscapes conduct field research in partnership with the colleges Centre for Alternative Wastewater Treatment (CAWT) and analyze data generated by this nationally-accredited lab learn to use Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technology to analyze ecosystems at a variety of scales.

WhY ChOOse FleMinG


Ecosystem Management is on the leading edge of resource conservation in the 21st century the future is now. The School of Environmental and Natural Resource Sciences at the Frost Campus encourages small class sizes and provides state-of-the-art technology. Dedicated, award-winning faculty provide a challenging and dynamic learning environment in the heart of the Kawartha Lakes region. While you learn about ecosystem science and the current techniques of sustainable resources management, you will also develop essential skills in communications, human relations, facilitation, problem solving, dispute resolution, and cultural awareness. This combination of skills and knowledge is transferrable on a global scale.

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Students in our Schools diploma programs take the same courses for rst semester after choosing and being accepted into one of our programs. This common focus exposes you to a variety of career options and other programs. You will have the freedom to explore and obtain a multidisciplinary perspective, while you acquire a base of knowledge and fundamental skills. Although students are accepted into a specic program for their rst semester, the common rst semester allows you to change direction if another program or career area is more appealing. Once you have successfully completed the common rst semester, you can enter the program of your choice in second semester, subject to enrolment capacity.

is this YOU?
To help you succeed in this program and career you need: the ability to ask questions, solve problems and create sustainable plans an interest in understanding how ecosystems and humanity interact analytical and creative thinking excellent oral and written communication skills the ability to work as part of a team good organizational ability cultural awareness/sensitivity excellent interpersonal skills volunteer or work experience in such areas as conservation, parks, greenspace projects, public education about the environment, or habitat restoration is an asset.

WORK EXpeRience
The Ecosystem Management Program provides the student with a 2 week (80 hour) mandatory eld placement. This placement is designed to allow you to apply your skills, demonstrate your abilities and obtain valuable work experience that many employers are looking for. The program has partnered with national conservation agencies to offer an international 2-week placement opportunity in Costa Rica, that includes working with nesting sea turtles amd monitoring species biodiversity in coastal rainforest habitats. Students who participate in this experience are selected based on a rigorous screening process. Check out this link for more information, blogs and video on the eld trip.

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As a Technician, youll nd work in careers such as: resource management technician urban forest management geomatics technician aquatic / terrestrial biologist environmental education land use planning restoration technician watershed technician environmental consultant, and others. Youll work for conservation authorities, parks departments, private consulting rms, municipal/provincial/federal governments, non-governmental organizations, First Nations communities, or stewardship organizations. Positions can be found across Canada and around the world. Willingness to relocate for work, and taking the initiative to develop contacts in the eld greatly enhances the opportunities available to you. ECOsYsTEM MANAGEMENT TECHNICIAN CURRICULUM PROGRAM CODE SEMESTER 1 Applied Mathematics in Natural Resource Sciences College Communications for Environmental Science Ecology and Environment Ecosystem Skills Geospatial Techniques Environmental Leadership SEMESTER 2 Data Management for Environmental and Natural Resource Sciences Ecology: Concepts and Linkages Forest Measurement Soil Studies II (Ecosystem Management/ Forestry) Soil Studies I Technical Reporting Trees and Shrubs Of Ontario Wildlife Observation Skills Aboriginal History and Culture SEMESTER 3 Aquatic Ecosystems Introduction to Vector GIS Natural Resources and the Law Restoration Ecology Statistics Terrestrial Ecosystems General Education Elective SEMESTER 4 Career Advancement Techniques EM-Geomatics Ecosystem Monitoring and Assessment Field Placement EMT Human Relations Nuisance Species Management Techniques Tree Sciences and Practices Environmental Issues: The Human Factor

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Higher Secondary Certicate or Standard XII with a minimum 50% average. Minimum English language prociency: IELTS: 6.0. 12th math recommended.

RelAted PROGRAMs
Graduates of the Ecosystem Management Technician program may want to consider continuing their education another year to attain the Technologist diploma. You might also want to consider taking one of the Geographic Information Systems (GIS) programs Applications Specialist, or Cartographic Specialist to enhance your skill set and career opportunities. Alternatively, you can obtain a dual diploma by taking another of our Schools Technician programs, and can usually complete the second diploma with just two more semesters of study.

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Electrical Engineering Technician


Our Electrical Engineering Technician program will equip you with electrical and electronic theory and practice the tools you need to take on entry level positions or an apprenticeship in the electrical industry.
Program Code: EE Credential: Ontario College Diploma Start Dates: September Location: Peterborough

PROGRAM HiGhliGhts
The four-semester Electrical Engineering Technician program will provide you with a solid foundation. You will learn about programmable logic controls (PLCs), electrical and electronic circuits and systems, instrumentation, cabling, network engineering, and electrical machines and controls. Extensive practice labs will provide you with ample opportunity to develop skills required to assume entry level positions or an apprenticeship. A technical skills shortage is looming both regionally and nationally in Canada. This program has been designed to help ll these technical positions as the manufacturing sector becomes more specialized, the construction industry ourishes, and retirement rates increase.

CAReeR OppORtUnities
Electrical Engineering Technicians are required to: develop and test power equipment and systems troubleshoot industrial process control systems set up micro-electronic systems and circuits install and commission electrical and electronic equipment and systems analyze the performance of electrical and electronic components A very broad spectrum of career opportunities exists within the electrical industry. Graduates can be employed by electrical utility and power companies, industrial plants, communications companies, and manufacturers of electrical equipment. Consulting rms, construction sites, mining, and transportation industries all hire technicians to design and maintain electrical and electronic systems for use in residential, commercial, institutional, and industrial installations. Graduates of this program may also choose to apply for apprenticeship and write the Basic Exemption Test for Electrical Apprentice and receive credit for some of the in-school portions of the apprenticeship program. Following graduation, you could seek employment as an industrial, maintenance, or construction electrician apprentice.

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN CURRICULUM PROGRAM CODE SEMESTER 1 Drafting Applications and AutoCAD Electricity Installation Practices Introductory Computing Mathematics I Technical Communications Career Essentials SEMESTER 2 Alternating Current Theory Electronic Circuits Instrumentation I Mathematics II Measurements Safety, Prints and Electrical Code Developing Effective Teams SEMESTER 3 Alternative Energy Fluid Power and Controls Motor and Control Drives Power Electronics and Theory Technical Programming SEMESTER 4 Building Systems Automation and Integration Energy Generation and Distribution Managing Technical Projects Programmable Logic Controllers Testing and Drives ELCT0090 ELCT0084 ELCT0107 COMP0345 MATH0122 COMM0032 ORGB0002 ELCT 87 ELCT 105 ELCT 101 MATH 123 ELCT 116 ELCT 77 ORGB 13 ELCT0108 ELCT0075 ELCT0093 ELCT0088 COMP0460 ELCT0094 ELCT0092 ELCT0020 ELCT0095 ELCT0109

Is this YOU?
You will need these abilities and skills to succeed: an interest in skilled trades and technology enjoyment of problem-solving and troubleshooting manual dexterity a degree of mathematical savvy in order to conduct the calculations necessary (assistance for those not yet procient with Math has been factored into the program curriculum).

MiniMUM AdMissiOn ReQUiReMents


Higher Secondary Certicate or Standard XII with a minimum 50% average. Minimum English language prociency: IELTS: 6.0.

There is a pathway for students enrolled in Electrical Techniques to enter into third semester of Electrical Engineering Technician (subject to enrolment capacity). The student must successfully complete all Electrical Techniques courses and obtain credits in Mathematics I (MATH0122), Technical Communications (COMM32) and Electronic Circuits (ELCT105) prior to the start of third semester.

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Electrical Techniques
The Electrical Techniques program provides pathways into a variety of occupations or training in the electrical industry. Develop basic competencies in electricity, network cabling and electrical system installation.
Program Code: ETQ Credential: Ontario College Certicate Start Dates: September, January Location: Peterborough

PROGRAM HiGhliGhts
The electrical eld is growing in response to increased construction work in Ontario and other provinces. The two-semester (30 week) Electrical Techniques program will provide you with the introductory and fundamental skills and knowledge to assist with the installation, maintenance and repair of electrical equipment in residential, commercial and construction settings. The program also provides several pathways into a variety of occupations and other college training programs in the electrical industry, including electronics, electrical mechanical and electrical apprenticeship. You will develop basic competencies in electricity, network cabling and electrical system installation. Related instruction in mathematics, prints and installations, safety and trade calculations is included to meet employers qualications. There is a pathway for students enrolled in Electrical Techniques to enter into third semester of Electrical Engineering Technician (subject to enrolment capacity). The student must successfully complete all Electrical Techniques courses and obtain credit in Applied Mathematics for Technology I (MATH 18), Technical Communications (COMM320) and Electronic Circuits (ELCT105) prior to the start of the third semester.

MiniMUM AdMissiOn ReQUiReMents


Higher Secondary Certicate or Standard XII with a minimum 50% average. Minimum English language prociency: IELTS: 6.0. Not for UG degree holders.

ELECTRICAL TECHNIQUEs CURRICULUM PROGRAM CODE SEMESTER 1 Career Essentials Drafting Applications and AutoCAD Electricity Installation Practices Introductory Computing Mathematics I Technical Communications SEMESTER 2 Alternating Current Theory Electronic Circuits Instrumentation I Mathematics II Measurements Safety, Prints and Electrical Code Developing Effective Teams ORGB0002 ELCT0090 ELCT0084 ELCT0107 COMP0345 MATH0122 COMM0032 ELCT 87 ELCT 105 ELCT 101 MATH 123 ELCT 116 ELCT 77 ORGB 13

RelAted PROGRAMs
There is a pathway for students enrolled in Electrical Techniques to enter into third semester of Electrical Engineering Technician (subject to enrolment capacity). The student must successfully complete all Electrical Techniques courses and obtain credits in Mathematics I (MATH0122), Technical Communications (COMM32) and Electronic Circuits (ELCT105) prior to the start of third semester.

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Environmental Technician
As an Environmental Technician, you will work to prevent environmental problems, resolve environmental issues when necessary, and provide education to the public.
Program Code: ETN Credential: Ontario College Diploma Start Dates: September, January Location: Lindsay

PROGRAM HiGhliGhts
Heres your chance to protect the environment. Through a wide range of activities and courses, youll be well-prepared to monitor and improve the natural environment. With access to outstanding environmental training facilities and a biological water treatment system, your hands-on training will be an excellent complement to your in-class courses. Of course, everyone loves the eld school in semester three off-campus where you put your skills into practice. Youll learn from Fleming professors who have been very active in the eld and possess strong backgrounds in several environmental disciplines. For example, they have been involved in local and international projects including stream rehabilitation and the development of a new, natural biological wastewater treatment system in Mexico. These experiences have led to the development of new course content that guides students to investigate new and natural methods of treating wastewater and practical methods of land rehabilitation. The Environmental Technician program is currently in the process of introducing learning competencies into the curriculum. It is anticipated that students will have the opportunity to demonstrate mastery in selected applications/modules and participate in the validation of these learning competencies on an optional basis. Successful completion of these modules will be recognized by the program. Our Environmental Technician program has achieved accreditation by the Canadian Environmental Accreditation Commission (CEAC), a standing committee of Environmental Careers Organization (ECO) Canada. Fleming College is one of six post secondary institutions chosen to participate in this pilot accreditation process, and one of only three colleges to achieve this program accreditation to date. ECO Canada accreditation sends a clear signal to industry that graduates of these programs have the desired knowledge and competence to meet growing needs of the environmental sector, says Michael Kerford, Vice President ECO Canada (July 2010).

WhY ChOOse FleMinG


Theres no other program like it in the country your learning experience will be enhanced by the Solar Ecology Wastewater Treatment System (SES), a unique training facility for operating and testing small-scale wetland treatment systems You will have the opportunity to utilize the SES as part of your applied learning Students may also have the opportunity to assist researchers in the colleges Centre for Alternative Wastewater Treatment (CAWT) the focus of this nationally-accredited facility is the development of wastewater treatment technologies for use in northern climates Graduates of the Environmental Technician Program who successfully complete the Water Treatment and Pollution Control course will have met the requirements of the Ministry of the Environment Entry-Level Course for Drinking Water Operators (which must be obtained in order to be employed as a Drinking Water Operator). This course is delivered by Fleming College in partnership with the Ministry of the Environment and the Walkerton Clean Water Centre Graduates will also obtain four Ministry of the Environment Operator-in-Training (OIT) certicates required for employment in the water and wastewater treatment disciplines Students are eligible for a number of environmental certications including CCEP (Canadian Certied Environmental Practitioner) and CEPIT (Canadian Certied Environmental Practitioner-in-Training) through ECO Canada (Environmental Careers Organization) Graduates are eligible for certification as C. Tech. (Certied Technician) through the Ontario Association of Certied Engineering Technicians and Technologists (OACETT) We are the only college (or university, for that matter) to receive provincial funding to establish a simulated landll site. Our grads are highly regarded by employers in the eld.

COMMOn FiRst SeMesteR


Students in our Schools diploma programs take the same courses for rst semester after choosing and being accepted into one of our programs. This common focus exposes you to a variety of career options and other programs. You will have the freedom to explore and obtain a multidisciplinary perspective, while you acquire a base of knowledge and fundamental skills. Although students are accepted into a specic program for their rst semester, the common rst semester allows you to change direction if you nd another program or career area is more appealing. Once you have successfully completed the common rst semester, you can enter the program of your choice in second semester, subject to enrolment capacity.

WORK EXpeRience
Textbooks are not enough when it comes to preparing capable technicians for the eld. Youll have plenty of hands-on experience through the use of our specialized facilities, and you will work with others as a team during the eld school off-campus. You will also participate in a multitude of eld trips to both outdoor settings and industrial/municipal facilities.

Is this YOU?
Obviously, youve got to enjoy working outdoors. Previous experience working for or volunteering with environmental organizations of any kind is an asset. You should also possess: good oral and written communication skills research skills technical writing skills attention to detail analytical ability flexibility in work environment interest in the outdoors and protecting/ improving the environment Employment in this environmental discipline often involves wearing specialized equipment (such as chest waders) to carry out specic tasks, lifting (such as outboard motors), working with pumps and motors, walking in rough terrain to conduct wetland evaluation, marsh and forest bird surveys, and working in inclement weather, such as during oil spill cleanup, winter and rainy conditions.

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Our graduates have found themselves in a wide range of environmental careers, including: watershed technician environmental technician environmental officers special environment Sector Compliance team groundwater technician industrial and municipal water/wastewater plant operators soil/terrain specialist water quality technician The employment level is consistently very high with recent graduates nding work across Canada and around the world in the public and private sectors. Employers include government ministries/departments, regulatory agencies, environmental consultants, non-governmental or non-prot organizations, and urban/rural planners.

ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNICIAN CURRICULUM PROGRAM CODE SEMESTER 1 Applied Mathematics in Natural Resource Sciences College Communications for Environmental Science Ecology and Environment Ecosystem Skills Geospatial Techniques Environmental Leadership SEMESTER 2 Data Management for Environmental and Natural Resource Sciences Environmental Principles Environmental Techniques Introductory Chemistry Technical Reporting Trees and Shrubs Of Ontario General Education Elective SEMESTER 3 Aquatic Biology Environmental Measurement Geomatics in Surveying Human Relations Land Reclamation Principles Watershed Management General Education Elective SEMESTER 4 Air Pollution and Abatement Environmental Legislation Erosion Control Field School Geomatics for Environmental Engineering Statistics Water Treatment and Pollution Control SCIE0006 ENVR0008 SURV0018 ORGB0010 ENVR0015 ENVR0019

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Higher Secondary Certicate or Standard XII with a minimum 50% average. Minimum English language prociency: IELTS: 6.0. 12th math recommended.

RelAted PROGRAMs
Graduates of the Environmental Technician program are qualied to continue their education in the Technology program. You might also want to check out the Ecosystem Management, Fish and Wildlife Technician or another of our two-year diploma programs. In just two more semesters, you can obtain another Technician diploma, expand your career opportunities and graduate with a dual diploma.

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Fire Systems Engineering Technician


The two-year Fire Systems Engineering Technician program prepares graduates for jobs in the rapidly growing re safety sector. Recent changes to provincial building and re codes are creating a signicant demand for trained people to design, modify and test re safety systems.
Program Code: FSE Start Date: September Credential: Ontario College Diploma Location: Peterborough

PROGRAM HiGhliGhts
Changes in provincial Fire Codes require that all re safety systems be inspected and tested once each year, escalating the need for trained people to fulll these requirements. At the same time, due to the large number of retirements in the Fire Protection/Safety industry in the next three to ten years, there will be a signicant demand for program graduates. This program is one of only two such college programs available in Ontario. Students will learn how to design, market and maintain security and safety systems for residential and commercial environments that require re detection, re suppression, and re prevention system maintenance, testing and inspection. The Ontario Association of Certied Engineering Technicians and Technologists (OACETT) conditionally recognizes this program as meeting all the academic requirements for certication in the Certied Technician (Ctech) category. The program also covers all of the curriculum requirements of the Canadian Fire Alarm Association (CFAA) and the Canadian Automatic Sprinkler Association (CASA).

Is this YOU?
You will need these skills and traits to succeed: enjoyment of hands-on learning a desire to build, design and repair systems attention to detail excellent listening skills (for diagnosing problems) and strong personal skills FIRE SYSTEMS ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN CURRICULUM PROGRAM CODE SEMESTER 1 Drafting Applications and AutoCAD Electricity Introduction to Fire Code and Suppression Introductory Computing Mathematics I Technical Communications Career Essentials SEMESTER 2 Applied Mathematics for Technology II Electronics Fire Chemistry Hydraulics and Fluid Mechanics Technical Graphics/CAD Technical Programming Developing Effective Teams SEMESTER 3 Building Construction and Codes Fire Alarm Installation and Maintenance Fire Codes and ULC Standards Hazardous Materials Physics for Instrumentation Power Electronics and Distribution General Education Elective SEMESTER 4 Advanced Alarm Systems Managing Technical Projects Plans and Specications Security and Surveillance Systems Sprinkler Systems CHOOSE ONE OF: Electrical Concepts Programmable Logic Controllers ELCT0090 ELCT0084 LAWS0255 COMP0345 MATH0122 COMM0032 ORGB0002 MATH0037 ELCT0082 SCIE0081 MECH0099 AUTM0041 COMP0460 ORGB0013 LAWS0107 ELCT0085 LAWS0106 SCIE0082 SCIE0141 AUTM0037

CAReeR OppORtUnities
With a large number of retirements in the eld in the next decade, as well as increased demand for specialists in the re systems management eld, employment opportunities are diverse and plentiful. Employment opportunities are diverse and include working for re alarm inspection and re suppression system companies, as well as re alarm or sprinkler system manufacturers. An electrical apprenticeship is another possible career opportunity. Job titles include: fire alarm technician fire safety system installer fire safety system verification and testing technician municipal fire safety inspector municipal building inspector insurance industry fire safety inspector fire safety officer (for large manufacturing companies, hospitals, universities, and apartment complexes). The demand for entry level positions is strong, with starting salaries in the $40,000 per year range, increasing to the $60,000 range with experience in Canada.

SUccess StORies
Heres an opportunity to save lives every day through re prevention and protection. You can learn to eliminate res before they begin, creating a safe environment for people to live, work and play.
ERic ChAnt, Fire Prevention Captain, Peterborough Fire Service

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WhY ChOOse FleMinG


Our program is one of only two such college programs available in Ontario. Youll be in demand as one of the few graduates in this eld in the province. Youll acquire generalist skills in a wide range of technology, while developing specialist skills as a re systems engineering technician. A broader base of knowledge means you are versatile in the workplace. Students will learn in the colleges state-ofthe-art technology facility. In this spectacular environment, they will have open access to the engineering commons, providing increased time to work in the labs on assignments and projects. Upon entrance to the program, students will take common courses that develop the fundamental skills required of a technician. As they proceed through their program, they will encounter more specic re safety related course work.

Higher Secondary Certicate or Standard XII with a minimum 50% average. Minimum English language prociency: IELTS: 6.0.

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Fitness and Health Promotion


The Fitness and Health Promotion program will prepare you to perform the roles and responsibilities of a tness and health consultant. Heightened consumer awareness of tness and health has resulted in a signicant demand for these qualied tness professionals.
Program Code: FHP Credential: Ontario College Diploma Start Dates: September Location: Peterborough

PROGRAM HiGhliGhts
Through accurate assessment and monitoring of health and tness levels, you will prepare activities and programs that are safe and effective, and that meet individual needs and interests. Are you committed to a healthy lifestyle and interested in motivating others to achieve their wellness goals? If so, this could be the right career for you. The program curriculum focuses on three areas of study: Exercise Science and Health Promotion Business Administration and Leadership Lifestyle Coaching Over four semesters, you will progressively develop skills and knowledge in tness assessment and exercise prescription, injury prevention and management, nutrition, health promotion, leadership and self-development, business planning and lifestyle consulting. Field Placement opportunities will provide you with workplace experience supervised by trained professionals and leaders in the tness industry. You may potentially obtain nationally recognized certications in group exercise instruction, personal training, coaching, and nutrition and wellness. Your learning environment will be the state-of-the-art Peterborough Sport and Wellness Centre, located on Fleming College campus grounds.

MiniMUM AdMissiOn ReQUiReMents


Higher Secondary Certicate or Standard XII with a minimum 50% average. Minimum English language prociency: IELTS: 6.0. Two 12th sciences (Chemistry, Biology, Physics). Other program requirements: First Aid and Basic Rescuer Certificates Students who register in the program will be required to possess a standard First Aid course certicate (either St. John Ambulance or Canadian Red Cross) and a Basic Rescuer course certicate ( Level C CPR) that is valid for the duration of the program. Criminal Reference Checks Field placement agencies may require that criminal reference checks and vulnerable position screening be conducted prior to eld placement. A criminal reference check/ CPIC can be completed by local police departments upon payment of a fee.

FITNEss AND HEALTH PROMOTION CURRICULUM PROGRAM CODE SEMESTER 1 Awareness through Exercise I College Communications for the Helping Professions Concepts in Health Care Healthcare Concepts for Fitness and Health Promotion Introduction to Physiology Introduction to Psychology Introductory Anatomy Introductory Computing Programming for Fitness and Health I HLTH0177 COMM0079 HLTH0065 HLTH0243 SCIE0018 SOCI0036 SCIE0022 COMP0345 HLTH0175

SEMESTER 2 Awareness through Exercise II HLTH0178 Communications for Customer Service Excellence COMM0083 Exercise Anatomy and Physiology SCIE0123 Field Placement Preparation FLPL0112 Lifestyle Coaching I HLTH0181 Programming for Fitness & Health II HLTH0176 Towards Optimum Health GNED0052 SEMESTER 3 Awareness through Exercise III Biomechanics Exercise Prescription Field Placement I Lifestyle Coaching II Performance Nutrition Business Essentials A Survival Course General Education Elective SEMESTER 4 Adapted Fitness Programming Advanced Leadership and Motivation Awareness through Exercise IV Field Placement II New Ventures HLTH0179 SCIE0124 HLTH0183 FLPL0113 HLTH0182 HLTH0184 ORGB0003

HeAlth ReQUiReMents
The program includes a personal physical tness component and will require students to perform endurance and strength exercises. If there is concern regarding the physical expectations of the program, we encourage you to discuss your career goals with the program coordinator as part of the application process. Immunization Requirements: Proof of current immunization is required (including TB). For more information, and to print the required immunization form, please see the Immunization Information page at emingcollege.ca/services/health-services.

CAReeR OppORtUnities
Graduates from the Fitness and Health Promotion diploma program will have the required expertise to work in a variety of settings as tness programmers, personal trainers and lifestyle coaches, in areas such as: community and recreation centres employee and corporate fitness centres private fitness gyms, sports and health clubs personal training, fitness assessment and wellness consulting

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Forestry Technician
The Forestry Technician career path will appeal to you if you are passionate about the outdoors, and concerned for the responsible management of forest resources.
Program Code: FT Credential: Ontario College Diploma Start Dates: September, January Location: Lindsay

PROGRAM HiGhliGhts
Be a part of a close-knit community of men and women across the country who are making a difference in our environment as a Forestry Technician. In Flemings two-year Forestry Technician program, youll acquire the skills to work effectively in natural resources management from identifying trees to working with high-tech computers. In an ideal combination of theory and technical hands-on experiences, your studies in the classroom will be complemented by numerous eld excursions. Youll participate in the Forestry programs unique eld camp experience. In addition, you can increase your credentials (and career readiness and versatility) by taking certication courses such as forest re ghting, rst aid and CPR, tree marking and cutter certication (at a modest extra cost). Want to gain an international perspective on forestry? Through an international exchange program, you can visit Europe for as little as three weeks or as long as one semester, attending courses at our partner institutions the University of West Hungary, in Sopron, Hungary and the University of Padua in Legnaro, Italy.

competent technicians for a wide variety of agencies, companies, and organizations. The Forestry grad is highly sought after by government ministries, agencies, and forestry companies. Employers recognize that the students training is holistic, and prepares them for a wide variety of tasks and duties.

CAReeR OppORtUnities
There are career opportunities anywhere there is a forest, in rural, wilderness, and urban settings. As mentioned above, major employers in the eld seek to hire Fleming graduates, so there are many career opportunities straight out of college. You could nd yourself working for hydroelectric companies, conservation authorities, municipalities, forest industry (woodlands, sawmills, pulp mills), government agencies, forest nurseries, and private contractors both within Canada and abroad. Job titles you may hold include forest ecosystem assessor, reghter, silviculture technician, forest technician, conservation authority technician, forest operation supervisor, and forest planner. With additional training, you could also work as a forester. There are lots of opportunities for women! Employers of Forestry Technicians are after brains, not brawn in the men and women they hire.

COMMOn FiRst SeMesteR


Students in our Schools diploma programs take the same courses for rst semester after choosing and being accepted into one of our programs. This common focus exposes you to a variety of career options and other programs. You will have the freedom to explore and obtain a multidisciplinary perspective, while you acquire a base of knowledge and fundamental skills. Although students are accepted into a specic program for their rst semester, the common rst semester allows you to change direction if you nd another program or career area is more appealing. Once you have successfully completed the common rst semester, you can enter the program of your choice in second semester, subject to enrolment capacity.

MiniMUM AdMissiOn ReQUiReMents


Higher Secondary Certicate or Standard XII with a minimum 50% average. Minimum English language prociency: IELTS: 6.0. 12th math recommended.

WORK EXpeRience
There are many practical, hands-on opportunities throughout the program. Youll have the opportunity to participate in our eld camp, practicing your forestry skills while developing teamwork skills.

RelAted PROGRAMs
When you graduate from the Forestry Technician program, you can continue on for a third year in Natural Resources Law Enforcement or consider Geographic Information Systems for even more career opportunities. You might also consider doing a dual diploma, by taking another of our technician diploma programs. You can graduate with an additional technician diploma with just two more semesters of study.

SUccess StORies
I had completed the Fish and Wildlife program, and realized that the Forestry program was an excellent complement to it. In addition, I could receive both diplomas within a threeyear period. I believe the Forestry program is `leading edge within Ontario, and provided me with the basic fundamentals and sound knowledge that I needed to succeed in this career. In some districts, geographic information systems is a fairly new concept, and the training and background I received at Fleming helped to really set me ahead in this area.
JennifeR HUGhes, Program Graduate Area Technician, Pembroke District, Ministry of Natural Resources

Is this YOU?
Forestry Technicians are responsible for resource management planning and protection. Experience working in parks, nature centres, or similar venues, either as a volunteer or employee, would be an asset. Your success in forestry will be greatly helped if you have: a passion for forests, environment, outdoors strong organizational skills good background in maths, sciences willingness to move for a career opportunity

WhY ChOOse FleMinG


Three decades of producing excellent grads has the close-knit forestry industry seeking out more for new hiring opportunities every year. Flemings Forestry program has an excellent reputation for producing top-notch,

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FOREsTRY TECHICIAN CURRICULUM PROGRAM CODE SEMESTER 1 Applied Mathematics in Natural Resource Sciences College Communications for Environmental Science Ecology and Environment Ecosystem Skills Geospatial Techniques Environmental Leadership SEMESTER 2 Data Management for Environmental and Natural Resource Sciences Forest Fire Science Forest Measurement Soil Studies II (Ecosystem Management/ Forestry) Soil Studies I Technical Reporting Trees and Shrubs Of Ontario Wildlife Observation Skills General Education Elective SEMESTER 3 Digital Image Processing for Natural Resources Forest Ecology and Silvics Forest Entomology and Pathology Forest Management Using GIS Forestry Field Camp Geomatics in Surveying General Education Elective SEMESTER 4 Annual Forest Planning with GIS Forest Inventory Forest Products: Utilization and Scaling Human Relations Silviculture Tree Sciences and Practices Woody Plant Propogation NATR0007 FSTY0010 FSTY0011 FSTY0014 APST0030 SURV0018

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Health Information Management


The Fleming College Health Information Management (HIM) program is one of only three Canadian Health Information Management Association (CHIMA) recognized college programs available in Ontario.
Program Code: HIM Credential: Ontario College Diploma Start Date: September Location: Peterborough

PROGRAM HiGhliGhts
In this challenging two-year diploma program, students will learn to use computer technologies to capture and analyze data, and to create health information for healthcare delivery use, nancial and management planning. Health records are the primary source of information used by hospitals and health care facilities to code services for reimbursement purposes. This information is also needed by public health ofcials to indicate disease patterns and trends, and by medical researchers for analysis, comparison and decision support. Health service careers are among the fastest growing occupations in the economy. In the healthcare eld, this really is the information age. Theres a whole new growth market for the skills and training of health information management and health records professionals. An aging population and increasing health care needs, combined with the focus on accountability, efciency and effectiveness of health care services delivery, has led to a skills shortage. You will graduate equipped with very marketable skills in the health information management sector. Some of those skills will include expertise in the following areas: data quality data collection and coding record /systems management privacy, confidentiality and security of health information transitioning to the electronic health record This program has been granted formal recognition by the Canadian Health Information Management Association (CHIMA). Graduates will be eligible to write the Canadian College of Health Information Managements national certication examination, and upon successful completion, use the professional designation CHIM, meaning certied in Health Information Management.

SUccess StORies
Now more than ever, a Health Information Management (HIM) career offers exciting and dynamic opportunities. Data Quality, Privacy and Electronic-Health Information Management (e-HIM) are our domains of practice. This diverse eld offers positions to support the collection, analysis and management of health information; positions related to patient privacy and advocacy; and project management opportunities to assist in transitioning from a paper-based to electronic health record across all healthcare sectors.
MARIA MUIA, B.H.A., M.H.Sc., CHIM, C.H.E. Director, Health Information Management, North York General Hospital

WORK EXpeRience
The program includes a strong practical component. Students will participate in two work placement experiences, a total of eight weeks in all. Students spend two weeks in a workplace setting in semester two, and four weeks in a workplace setting in semester four, with an additional two weeks planned in the on-site virtual HIM department. Practicum components will not necessarily be in the immediate Peterborough area. Practicum agencies may require proof of immunization and a criminal records check (vulnerable sector).

Is this YOU?
This challenging and rigorous program is for those who are interested in a career where healthcare meets the cutting edge of technology. The following attributes and skills are assets for this program and career path: ability/willingness to work as part of a team and independently self-motivated dedicated to lifelong learning organized, with excellent judgment analytical, detail-oriented customer support oriented minimum keyboarding speed of 30 words per minute It is strongly recommended that students possess basic Microsoft Ofce Suite skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Internet Explorer) for research, report writing and presentations.

WhY ChOOse FleMinG


Fleming College has a reputation as a leader in technology-based learning. The HIM program at Fleming follows this trend with a vision of Inspiring innovative students to become innovative leaders in HIM through applied learning. One of our mission statements is to Espouse the state of the art in Health Information Management. We demonstrate this through our brand-new, fully-computerized lab with over 500 anonymized patient records and scanning equipment, to provide students with practical application knowledge that supports the move in healthcare to electronic health records (EHRs). A real-world populated database of patient information allows the learner to run realistic reports to support the needs of users for decision-making purposes. Through its previous successful practicums, the HIM program has developed excellent relationships with numerous healthcare facilities throughout the region and beyond, resulting in good practicum and employment opportunities for graduates.

St. Josephs at Fleming is the rst long-term care facility built on a college or university campus. Students from more than 20 programs, including HIM, participate in clinical eld practice, applied research, and volunteer initiatives within or associated with the facility.

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CAReeR OppORtUnities
Graduates will be qualied for employment in a variety of health service settings and can choose the area that most interests them, including hospitals, chronic and long-term care facilities, community healthcare, mental health agencies, rehabilitation services, private clinics, health information networks, insurance and pharmaceutical industries, and government agencies and services. Your job titles could include: Health Record/Information Technician Coding Specialist Release of Information Specialist Health Record/Information Administrator Data Analyst Data Quality Specialist Starting salaries per year are in the $40,000 to $45,000 range in Canada. The recently released Health Informatics and Health Information Management Human Resources Report conrms the increasing demand for qualied Health Informatics (HI) and Health Information Management professionals, and projects signicant labour and skills shortages in this eld in the near future. To view the report, go to: www.echima.ca/sector-study-report

HEALTH INFORMATION MANAGEMENT CURRICULUM PROGRAM CODE SEMESTER 1 Anatomy and Physiology I SCIE0002 Clinical Pathology for HIM I SCIE0105 College Communications for the Helping Professions COMM0079 Computer Skills and Applications COMP0177 Introduction to Health Information Management HLTH0155 Medical Terminology I HLTH0158 Professionalism in Health Care HLTH0156 Developing Effective Teams ORGB0013 SEMESTER 2 Anatomy and Physiology II Clinical Pathology for HIM II Coding and Classication Systems I Health Data Management and Use Health Information Management Applications Health Information Management Practicum I Medical Terminology II General Education Elective SCIE0003 SCIE0106 HLTH0069 HLTH0068 HLTH0157 FLPL0091 HLTH0159

MiniMUM AdMissiOn ReQUiReMents


Higher Secondary Certicate or Standard XII with a minimum 50% average. Minimum English language prociency: IELTS: 6.0. Two 12th sciences (Chemistry, Biology, Physics) and 12th math. Not for UG degree holders.

SEMESTER 3 Coding and Classication Systems II HLTH0070 Communicating at Work for the Health COMM0159 Professions Database Management COMP0178 LAWS0120 Health Law Health Statistics MATH0059 Management of Health Information Services HLTH0074 General Education Elective SEMESTER 4 Applied Research and Epidemiology Coding and Classication Systems III Comprehensive Health Information Management Foundations to Practicum Health Information Management Practicum II Issues in Diversity Utilization Management and Decision Support HLTH0073 HLTH0071 HLTH0072 FLPL0098 FLPL0092 SOCI0038 HLTH0075

IMMUniZAtiOn ReQUiReMents
This program has immunization requirements. For a list of required immunizations and forms, please see: emingcollege.ca/services/ health-services

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Hotel and Restaurant Management


Flemings new, twoyear diploma program focuses on the management of hotel and restaurant operations, foundation and professional skills required to begin a rewarding career in the hospitality sector.
Program Code: HTR Credential: Ontario College Diploma Start Date: September Location: Peterborough

PROGRAM HiGhliGhts
The program provides you with: leadership and practical skills needed to work in, manage and operate the rooms and food service divisions of hotels, resorts, and restaurants training and experience in the three main sectors of the industry: hotel and resort operations, restaurant operations and the tourism sector access to leading national employers such as Marriott, Fairmont and Holiday Inn as well as local partners case studies, field trips, computer simulations, and work placements that complement in-class studies a comprehensive variety of courses relevant to the industry an optimum blend of hands-on experience, theory and eld trips

WORK EXpeRience
During your studies, youll also complete a mandatory eld placement of 200 hours which you will arrange with the assistance of your program coordinator. This experience in a business or industry will provide you with the opportunity to put your education into action and to experience rst-hand what its like to work in the various hospitality and tourism career areas.

MiniMUM AdMissiOn ReQUiReMents


Higher Secondary Certicate or Standard XII with a minimum 50% average. Minimum English language prociency: IELTS: 6.0. Not for UG degree holders. Background in business recommended.

RelAted PROGRAMs
Not yet decided on a career path and interested in exploring other careers in hospitality/ tourism? You might also nd the Culinary Management or Tourism and Travel programs worth considering.

Is this YOU?
enjoy working with people and providing exceptional guest experiences excellent interpersonal skills cultural sensitivity customer service experience a can-do attitude ability to take initiative willingness to work as part of a team patience, persistence, perseverance

HOTEL AND REsORT MANAGEMENT CURRICULUM PROGRAM CODE SEMESTER 1 Business Essentials A Survival Course College Communications for Business and Hospitality Professionals Computer Applications for Hospitality Destinations: North America Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism Mathematics for Hospitality SEMESTER 2 Career Search Communicating at Work for Business and Hospitality Professionals Field Preparation Front Ofce Operations Hospitality Marketing International Culinary Appreciation Developing Effective Teams SEMESTER 3 Basic Bookkeeping Destinations: Latin America, Caribbean and Africa Hospitality Sales and Service Housekeeping Operations Menu Planning General Education Elective SEMESTER 4 Food and Beverage Functions Hospitality Law Hospitality Supervision Hotel Operational Training Simulation Service Systems Management General Education Elective ORGB0003 COMM0078 COMP0198 TOUR0043 HOSP0053 MATH0112 BUSN0027 COMM0148 FLPL0172 HOSP0004 MKTG0054 HOSP0002 ORGB0013 ACCT0069 TOUR0044 HOSP0005 HOSP0008 HOSP0009

WhY ChOOse FleMinG


Built on the success of previous Hospitality Administration programs, this new program is designed to maximize applied learning opportunities and provide the breadth of skills graduates will need for advancement fairly early on in their careers. The Fleming College Hotel and Restaurant Management program is highly regarded by employers in the hospitality eld. They appreciate that graduates have had a thorough and comprehensive education, preparing them to work effectively as part of a team and as a leader. Work placements often lead to full-time employment and our faculty are well -connected to the leaders in the industry who are making hiring decisions. This program will prepare you for a career in todays ever-changing world. The EDGE focus within the Faculty of Business, Computing and Hospitality is founded on 4 principles: Environmental Responsibility: Learn how to contribute to a sustainable future. Ensure your career leaves a green footprint. Diversity: Work with a variety of people from faculty, administration, students and members of the community. Learn how to be creative and innovative. Global Perspective: Learn to compete on a level playing eld in the global market. Experience: Gain real experience in your eld through case studies, simulations, placements and applied projects. Develop your EDGE at the Faculty of Business, Computing and Hospitality. fleming college

CAReeR OppORtUnities
The tourism and hospitality sector has been regaining ground with a stronger dollar and focus on local hospitality and tourism experiences as well as international travel experiences. With improving forecasts of increasing job prospects beginning in 2012 (tourism is projected to directly support 120 million jobs by 2021, according to the World Travel and Tourism Council), and more large employers rotating hospitality workers in various sectors within the industry, its a good time for graduates to get started in their careers. Additionally, with our relevant and comprehensive training, graduates have a lot of choice when it comes to career paths. This could include employment with national hotel chains or with local resorts, clubs, restaurants or banquet facilities. The airline and cruise ship industries also regularly hire our grads. Our grads enter the workforce and advance to supervisory and management positions in a variety of functions including: Front Office Sales and Marketing Banquets and Catering Housekeeping Accounting Restaurants

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Human Resources Management


The Human Resources Management program will provide you with the skills required to optimize the potential of employees, while maximizing your organizations effectiveness.
Program Code: BAH Credential: Ontario College Advanced Diploma Start Dates: September, January Location: Peterborough

PROGRAM HiGhliGhts
Human Resources managers deal with such diverse and complex areas as: recruitment and selection orientation, training and development employment and pay equity employee and labour relations health and safety salary and benefits administration In this six-semester program, youll learn how to address all of them. In order to apply your knowledge, youll acquire workplace experience, as well as perform numerous handson, in-class activities. You will be encouraged to join the Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA), and attend monthly meetings of the local chapter. You will also have the opportunity to serve as a student volunteer at HRPAs annual conference -- a great opportunity to make valuable career and job contacts.

Is this YOU?
Youll need these traits and abilities to succeed in an HR career: an interest in people and in helping them achieve their potential excellent interpersonal skills good oral and written communication skills time-management skills conflict resolution skills HUMAN REsOURCEs MANAGEMENT CURRICULUM PROGRAM CODE SEMESTER 1 College Communications for Business and Hospitality Professionals Introductory Accounting Introductory Computing Marketing Math Fundamentals for Business Studies Business Essentials A Survival Course SEMESTER 2 Cash and Investment Decisions Communicating at Work for Business and Hospitality Professionals Human Resources Administration International Trade Operations Management Developing Effective Teams SEMESTER 3 Contemporary Management Skills Finance and Accounting Negotiating Skills Occupational Health and Safety Recruitment and Selection Macroeconomics SEMESTER 4 Business Statistics and Quantitative Methods Field Placement I (BAH) Industrial Relations Intermediate Computer Applications Payroll Administration Effective Problem Solving

CAReeR OppORtUnities
As a Human Resources grad, there are plenty of career directions in the eld for you to consider, such as: human resources assistant recruiter/staff trainer salary/benefits administrator employment/pay equity consultant health and safety co-ordinator labour relations co-ordinator employee relations specialist Youll typically begin your career as a human resources assistant, working as a generalist, or in one of the areas of specialization. You could be employed by a wide variety of organizations, ranging from nancial services and manufacturing to government and education.

COMM0078 ACCT0072 COMP0345 MKTG0014 MATH0011 ORGB0003 MGMT0159 COMM0148 MGMT0007 INTL0004 BUSN0020 ORGB0013 ORGB0007 ACCT0011 ORGB0009 MGMT0015 MGMT0017 BUSN0013 MATH0046 FLPL0144 MGMT0010 COMP0103 MGMT0020 ORGB0008

WhY ChOOse FleMinG


Our Business Administration Human Resources Management program offers: all of the HRPA-approved courses needed to qualify for the National Knowledge Exam, plus a variety of other courses to round out your education a smaller, more personalized setting than youd nd elsewhere. This program will prepare you for a career in todays ever-changing world. The EDGE focus within the Faculty of Business, Computing and Hospitality is founded on 4 principles: Environmental Responsibility: Learn how to contribute to a sustainable future. Ensure your career leaves a green footprint. Diversity: Work with a variety of people from faculty, administration, students and members of the community. Learn how to be creative and innovative. Global Perspective: Learn to compete on a level playing eld in the global market. Experience: Gain real experience in your eld through case studies, simulations, placements and applied projects. Develop your EDGE at the Faculty of Business, Computing and Hospitality.

MiniMUM AdMissiOn ReQUiReMents


Higher Secondary Certicate or Standard XII with a minimum 50% average. Minimum English language prociency: IELTS: 6.0. Not for UG degree holders.

CHOOSE ONE OF: Corporate Social Responsibility: Ethical Conduct of Business MGMT0066 Speaking Effectively to Groups COMM0031 SEMESTER 5 Career Search Communications Report Writing Compensation Administration Organizational Theory, Structure and Design General Education Elective CHOOSE ONE OF: Consumer Behaviour Effective Sales Techniques International Business Marketing Research Presentations and Creativity SEMESTER 6 Enterprise Resource Planning Field Placement II (BAH) Human Resources Planning Microeconomics Training and Development BUSN0027 COMM0006 MGMT0001 BUSN0021

RelAted PROGRAMs
If you attain an overall average of at least 70 percent in the courses that you take in nine HR specialization areas, with no mark less than 65 percent, you will be eligible to write the National Knowledge Exam, set by the Canadian Council of Human Resources Associations (CCHRA) and administered by HRPA. Passing this exam is now a requirement to attain the Certied Human Resources Professional (CHRP) designation. The courses creditable for the exam include: Human Resources Administration; Financial Statements and the Finance Environment and Management Accounting, or Finance and Accounting; Occupational Health and Safety; Recruitment and Selection; Industrial Relations; Organizational Theory, Structure and Design; Compensation Administration; Human Resources Planning; and Training and Development.

MKTG0005 MKTG0008 BUSN0011 MKTG0020 MKTG0107 MGMT0139 FLPL0145 MGMT0008 BUSN0018 MGMT0018

WORK EXpeRience
Youll participate in a collective bargaining simulation, analyze your performance conducting a video-taped selection interview, develop a recruitment campaign for a real-world job, develop and deliver a training program and analyze a job and develop a job description. You will also complete two 70-hour eld placements. 58

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Instrumentation and Control Engineering Technician


Instrumentation technicians commission, install, calibrate, maintain and repair complex measurement and control systems used in a variety of process control applications.
Program Code: INT Credential: Ontario College Diploma Start Date: September Location: Peterborough

PROGRAM HiGhliGhts
As an Instrumentation and Control Technician your career will be technology-based with an applied edge. This Ontario College Diploma program will prepare you for a hands-on, exciting and rewarding career in emerging engineering and scientic elds. You will also learn required skills in communications, mathematics, sci ence, and critical thinking to enhance your knowledge and skills for application in the workplace.

CAReeR OppORtUnities
Graduates will obtain employment in indus tries that use automated or controlled tech nology systems, such as are found in the manufacturing, petro-chemical, power gen eration and the nuclear industries.

INsTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN CURRICULUM PROGRAM CODE SEMESTER 1 Drafting Applications and AutoCAD Electricity Instrumentation Fundamentals Introductory Computing Mathematics I Technical Communications Career Essentials SEMESTER 2 Alternating Current Theory Applied Mathematics for Technology II Chemistry for Technology Electronics Instrumentation I Developing Effective Teams SEMESTER 3 CAD/Process Graphics Instrumentation II Law and Ethics in the Electrical Sector Physics for Instrumentation Power Electronics and Theory Technical Programming General Education Elective SEMESTER 4 Hydraulics and Fluid Mechanics Instrumentation Networks Managing Technical Projects Process Control Programmable Logic Controllers General Education Elective ELCT0090 ELCT0084 ELCT0100 COMP0345 MATH0122 COMM0032 ORGB0002 ELCT0087 MATH0037 SCIE0140 ELCT0082 ELCT0101 ORGB0013 AUTM0070 ELCT0102 ELCT0089 SCIE0141 ELCT0088 COMP0460

MiniMUM AdMissiOn ReQUiReMents


Higher Secondary Certicate or Standard XII with a minimum 50% average. Minimum English language prociency: IELTS: 6.0.

WORK EXpeRience
The program features an optional, paid 15-week co-op following semester 2. This allows you to build on your academic education, experience the work environment and make valuable contacts in one of the many diverse industries requiring instrumentation technician professionals. In addition to tuition and fees, students pay a co-op fee (approximately $468.00) for administrative costs associated with the co-op placement.

MECH0099 ELCT0103 ELCT0020 ELCT0104 ELCT0095

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International Trade
With the International Trade program you can acquire the skills for a career with global logistics companies, freight forwarders, importing/exporting rms, customs brokers, or with consulting and trading companies.
Program Code: TD Credential: Ontario College Advanced Diploma Start Dates: September, January Location: Peterborough

PROGRAM HiGhliGhts
Prepare for a global career in international trade through: hands-on training and actual import/export activities practical case studies in tariff classification, customs documentation, export market planning and development, NAFTA Rules of Origin, international freight forwarding and logistics, and much more a unique three-week international study eld trip. The entire 6th semester is an in-depth Applied Learning Project. Students also have the opportunity to complete the 6th semester at Universidad Del Valle de Mexico near Mexico City.

WORK EXpeRience
Experiential learning is the cornerstone of all our business programs. Through extensive, semester-long applied projects for clients, eld placements or a co-op work placements, Fleming students are able to put to use the skills learned in the classroom within a realworld business environment. INTERNATIONAL TRADE CURRICULUM PROGRAM CODE SEMESTER 1 College Communications for Business and Hospitality Professionals Introductory Accounting Introductory Computing Marketing Math Fundamentals for Business Studies Business Essentials A Survival Course SEMESTER 2 Cash and Investment Decisions Communicating at Work for Business and Hospitality Professionals Human Resources Administration International Trade Operations Management Developing Effective Teams SEMESTER 3 Basics of Importing Customs For Trade International Business Macroeconomics General Education Elective CHOOSE ONE OF: Contemporary Management Skills Effective Sales Techniques New Ventures Spanish I

Is this YOU?
an interest in working cross-culturally and internationally cultural sensitivity and language skills an entrepreneurial attitude good people skills

COMM0078 ACCT0072 COMP0345 MKTG0014 MATH0011 ORGB0003 MGMT0159 COMM0148 MGMT0007 INTL0004 BUSN0020 ORGB0013 INTL0001 INTL0005 BUSN0011 BUSN0013

CAReeR OppORtUnities
Your career choices in the area of International Trade are extensive. You can focus your skills on careers in almost any area of business within the global marketplace. Every year this program has a high placement rate. Many of our students nd work before graduation within the eld. Our graduates are working around the world with global logistics companies, freight forwarders, importing/exporting rms, customs brokers, or for consulting and trading companies. Job titles include customs clearance agent, designated ship broker, freight forwarder, logistics co-ordinator and international marketing agent, among others.

WhY ChOOse FleMinG


Fleming College is the only college in Canada that offers you a three-year program in International Trade, rather than an international business program. The emphasis at Fleming is on practical applications used in international trade. You may actually import or export goods for sale as part of your training. Your in-class instruction will be rst-rate, drawing on the facultys real-life experience in the eld. Professional afliations with the Canadian International Freight Forwarding Association (CIFFA) and the Canadian Professional Logistics Institute (P. Log) keep the curriculum relevant and up-to-date. The entire 6th semester is an applied project where you will work with an industry client. This program will prepare you for a career in todays ever-changing world. The EDGE focus within the Faculty of Business, Computing and Hospitality is founded on 4 principles: Environmental Responsibility: Learn how to contribute to a sustainable future. Ensure your career leaves a green footprint. Diversity: Work with a variety of people from faculty, administration, students and members of the community. Learn how to be creative and innovative. Global Perspective: Learn to compete on a level playing eld in the global market. Experience: Gain real experience in your eld through case studies, simulations, placements and applied projects. Develop your EDGE at the Faculty of Business, Computing and Hospitality.

ORGB0007 MKTG0008 BUSN0061 LANG0011

MiniMUM AdMissiOn ReQUiReMents


Higher Secondary Certicate or Standard XII with a minimum 50% average. Minimum English language prociency: IELTS: 6.0. Not for UG degree holders.

SEMESTER 4 Advanced Importing Techniques MTRL0001 Corporate Social Responsibility: Ethical Conduct of Business MGMT0066 Market Assessment and Export Management MKTG0108 Microeconomics BUSN0018 Transportation MTRL0016 CHOOSE ONE OF: Business Statistics and Quantitative Methods MATH0046 MGMT0139 Enterprise Resource Planning LANG0012 Spanish II SEMESTER 5 Communications Report Writing Global Political Economy International Law International Money Matters General Education Elective CHOOSE ONE OF: International Marketing Logistics Management Occupational Health and Safety Spanish/English for Business SEMESTER 6 Applied Project (TD) APST0099 COMM0006 BUSN0124 LAWS0040 MTRL0006

RelAted PROGRAMs
Not yet settled on a career in business? Why not consider Marketing, Hospitality Administration Hotel and Resort, or Tourism and Travel?

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Marketing
The Marketing program provides students with the critical skills to identify business opportunities through researching and assessing customers, competitors and the overall marketplace.
Program Code: BAA Credential: Ontario College Advanced Diploma Start Dates: September, January Location: Peterborough

PROGRAM HiGhliGhts
The program combines experiential learning opportunities with courses covering all areas of marketing practice and strategy, including: International Marketing Direct/Internet marketing Marketing research Sales Product management Advertising Promotion Consumer behaviour There is no shortage of enthusiasm or expertise in the classroom, as your professors have worked in marketing and are passionate about their work. The entire 6th semester is an in-depth Applied Learning Project. Students also have the opportunity to complete the 6th semester at Universidad del Valle de Mexico near Mexico City.

Is this YOU?
Marketing specialists tend to be: Outgoing, creative thinkers Persuasive communicators Able to work well in groups Able to work well under pressure and to deadlines Able to juggle many projects simultaneously Able to see both the big picture and the details.

BUsINEss ADMINIsTRATION MARKETING CURRICULUM PROGRAM CODE SEMESTER 1 College Communications for Business and Hospitality Professionals Introductory Accounting Introductory Computing Marketing MKTG0014 Math Fundamentals for Business Studies Business Essentials A Survival Course SEMESTER 2 Cash and Investment Decisions Communicating at Work for Business and Hospitality Professionals Human Resources Administration International Trade Operations Management Developing Effective Teams SEMESTER 3 Effective Sales Techniques International Business Presentations and Creativity Macroeconomics General Education Elective CHOOSE ONE OF: Consumer Behaviour Contemporary Management Skills New Ventures Spanish I

COMM0078 ACCT0072 COMP0345 MATH0011 ORGB0003 MGMT0159 COMM0148 MGMT0007 INTL0004 BUSN0020 ORGB0013 MKTG0008 BUSN0011 MKTG0107 BUSN0013

CAReeR OppORtUnities
Marketing graduates are versatile and go on to careers in marketing, advertising, sales or public relations. Some of these positions include: Sales representative or manager Advertising Agency account executive Customer service representative Marketing research analyst Marketing manager Internet marketing specialist Direct marketing specialist Marketing consultant Advertising analyst

WhY ChOOse FleMinG


Flemings Marketing program focuses on real-life marketing challenges in a globalized world. The program is an applied educational experience. For example, you will use case studies from actual businesses in several of your courses. In the 6th semester, Applied Projects course you will take on the roll of a marketing consultant for a corporate or nonprot client. Throughout the project you will be guided by a faculty mentor to meet your clients objectives. Through these experiences, you will acquire a broad skill set to make you more qualied and increase your opportunities for employment. Our marketing faculty are accessible, approachable, and ready to work with you on concerns or goals for the future. This program will prepare you for a career in todays ever-changing world. The EDGE focus within the Faculty of Business, Computing and Hospitality is founded on 4 principles: Environmental Responsibility: Learn how to contribute to a sustainable future. Ensure your career leaves a green footprint. Diversity: Work with a variety of people from faculty, administration, students and members of the community. Learn how to be creative and innovative. Global Perspective: Learn to compete on a level playing eld in the global market. Experience: Gain real experience in your eld through case studies, simulations, placements and applied projects. Develop your EDGE at the Faculty of Business, Computing and Hospitality. fleming college

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MiniMUM AdMissiOn ReQUiReMents


Higher Secondary Certicate or Standard XII with a minimum 50% average. Minimum English language prociency: IELTS: 6.0. Not for UG degree holders.

SEMESTER 4 Corporate Social Responsibility: Ethical Conduct of Business MGMT0066 Internet/Direct Marketing MKTG0012 Marketing Communications MKTG0017 Microeconomics BUSN0018 CHOOSE ONE OF: Business Statistics and Quantitative Methods Enterprise Resource Planning Market Assessment and Export Management Retail Essentials Spanish II Training and Development SEMESTER 5 Communications Report Writing Design and Layout Marketing Plans Marketing Research CHOOSE ONE OF: International Marketing Spanish/English for Business SEMESTER 6 Applied Project (BAA) MATH0046 MGMT0139 MKTG0108 MKTG0027 LANG0012 MGMT0018 COMM0006 MKTG0007 MKTG0019 MKTG0020 MKTG0011 LANG0015 APST0098

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Ofce Administration Executive


The Ofce Administration Executive program teaches you advanced administrative skills and business applications to obtain highly-skilled ofce jobs. If you are looking for more challenge and more responsibility choose the Ofce Administration Executive program.
Program Code: OAE Credential: Ontario College Diploma Start Date: September Location: Peterborough

PROGRAM HiGhliGhts
In your rst two semesters, you will take courses in common with the Ofce Administration General program. These courses give you foundational ofce skills such as word-processing, ofce procedures, bookkeeping, computer applications, and business concepts. Essential skills in customer service, interpersonal communications, managing diversity, problem-solving and conict management are also emphasized. In semesters three and four of the Ofce Administration Executive program, you will focus on specialized courses such as advanced applications in Microsoft Ofce, basic web page design, desktop publishing, records management, advanced bookkeeping, as well as project and ofce management.

CAReeR OppORtUnities
Upon graduation, your career path may lead you to employment in private businesses, government ofces, not-for-prot organizations and corporations. Possible entry-level positions include: Secretary Executive Administrative Assistant Corporate Secretary Executive Assistant

OFFICE ADMINIsTRATION EXECUTIVE CURRICULUM PROGRAM CODE SEMESTER 1 ACCT0069 Basic Bookkeeping College Communications for Business and Hospitality Professionals COMM0078 Mathematics Fundamentals MATH0096 Professional Ofce Administration Procedures I BUSN0109 Word Processing I COMP0377 Business Essentials A Survival Course ORGB0003 SEMESTER 2 COMP0413 Advanced Spreadsheets and Databases ACCT0070 Computerized Bookkeeping Professional Ofce Administration Procedures II BUSN0110 Transcription Basics BUSN0111 Word Processing II COMP0378 Work Placement FLPL0116 Work Placement Preparation FLPL0115 General Education Elective SEMESTER 3 Advanced Bookkeeping Communications for Ofce Professionals Desktop Publishing and Presentations Executive Word Processing Information and Records Management Work Placement Preparation and Job Search Skills General Education Elective ACCT0073 COMM0144 COMP0414 COMP0415 BUSN0120 FLPL0129

MiniMUM AdMissiOn ReQUiReMents


Higher Secondary Certicate or Standard XII with a minimum 50% average. Minimum English language prociency: IELTS: 6.0. This is an administrative program focusing on ofce skills and bookkeeping. Not for UG degree holders.

WhY ChOOse FleMinG


This program will prepare you for a career in todays ever-changing world. The EDGE focus within the Faculty of Business, Computing and Hospitality is founded on 4 principles: Environmental Responsibility: Learn how to contribute to a sustainable future. Ensure your career leaves a green footprint. Diversity: Work with a variety of people from faculty, administration, students and members of the community. Learn how to be creative and innovative. Global Perspective: Learn to compete on a level playing eld in the global market. Experience: Gain real experience in your eld through case studies, simulations, placements and applied projects. Develop your EDGE at the Faculty of Business, Computing and Hospitality.

SEMESTER 4 Executive Ofce Simulation BUSN0122 Human Resources Administration MGMT0007 Ofce Administration Computer Applications COMP0379 Project Management BUSN0123 General Education Elective

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Personal Support Worker


The Personal Support Worker program gives you the training and credentials to provide practical support services to individuals and families in need of help. Its a satisfying, peoplefocused career.
Program Code: PWS Credential: Ontario College Certicate Start Date: September, January Location: Peterborough

PROGRAM HiGhliGhts
As a graduate of the Personal Support Worker program, you will provide support services to individuals and families in need of assistance. With this satisfying, people-focused career, you will be prepared to assist children, adults, and seniors with special needs or disabilities, and help them maximize their life experience. You can start the program in September or January at both our Peterborough and Lindsay campuses. This two-semester Personal Support Worker program may particularly appeal to those re-entering the workforce. In total, youll get approximately 400 hours of relevant theory and approximately 300 hours of real-life, clinical training. The focus of this program is on: lab components throughout both semesters hands-on, task-oriented skills and practice time course content related to long term care and to community care to diversify your experience innovative new lab facilities that simulate the work environment more theory related to practice NOTE: The clinical placement agency will request that you submit a current police records check, including vulnerable sector. Applicants who have been convicted of an offense under the criminal code for which they have not been pardoned may be denied the opportunity to enter clinical placement.

Is this YOU?
You have a desire to work with and care for people of all ages to assist them to attain their physical, emotional, mental and spiritual needs. The following personality traits and skills would also be an asset in your studies and eventual career: empathy concern for improving others quality of life respect for cultural differences and family dynamics excellent interpersonal skills self-discipline good oral communication skills good physical health Volunteer work experience of any kind is an asset, as is any previous experience caring for people of differing needs and abilities. Students would benet by having basic computer skills including e-mail, word processing, le management and web browsing.

AdditiOnAl ReQUiReMents
Three weeks prior to work experience all students in this program MUST present the following Non-Academic Field Requirements: A current Standard First Aid certificate (issued within the last 3 years of the placement dates) A current CPR-C Level certificate (issued within one year of the placement dates) A police record check, including vulnerable sector screening (issued within 3 months of the placement dates) A completed immunization record including vaccination against Hepatitis B. The required immunization form for your program can be printed from the Immunization Information page Please note: Vaccination against seasonal u is mandatory in some clinical placement agencies and strongly recommended for all others. An N95 Mask Fit Testing clinic will be held within the rst month of school. Failure to provide this information by the due date will result in an inability to participate in the mandatory placement component of your program of study.

CAReeR OppORtUnities
Choose from a variety of work settings: long-term care facilities group homes community agencies hospitals schools day care centres (children or adults) home care agencies

RelAted PROGRAMs
If you want to work with people to maximize their quality of life, you might also want to consider either the Practical Nursing or Occupational Therapist Assistant/Physio therapist Assistant programs.

WhY ChOOse FleMinG


Personal Support Worker is offered in a format that allows you to work while you study. The College ensures the program follows ministry guidelines, and as such, the program is widely recognized by agencies and related employers. Theres a consistently high, over 90 per cent employment rate for graduates of this program you might be hired before you nish the course.

MiniMUM AdMissiOn ReQUiReMents


Higher Secondary Certicate or Standard XII with a minimum 50% average. Minimum English language prociency: IELTS: 6.0. For Midwifery graduates. Not recommended for t hose with a degree in Nursing.

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St. Josephs at Fleming is the rst long-term care facility built on a college or university campus. Students from more than 20 programs participate in clinical eld practice, applied research, and volunteer initiatives within or associated with the facility, located on the Peterborough campus.

SEMESTER 2 Applications and Interventions for PSW II Client Care in the Community Human Growth and Development Introductory Computing PSW Clinical II: Long Term Care PSW Clinical III: Community Clinical Consolidation

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SEMESTER 1 Application and Interventions for PSW I Clinical Preparation and Success Strategies for PSW Concepts in Health Care Healthcare Concepts for Personal Support Worker Interpersonal Skills Introduction to College Communications Non-Violent Crisis Intervention PSW Clinical I: Long Term Care

Pharmacy Technician
As a Pharmacy Technician, you will be a valued and essential member of Ontarios healthcare team, working under the direction and supervision of pharmacists.
Program Code: PHM Credential: Ontario College Diploma Start Date: September Location: Peterborough

PROGRAM HiGhliGhts
Pharmacy technicians provide necessary technical services related to: preparing, labelling and providing medications managing third party drug plan claims, medical device training, dispensary management prescription product verification (in some settings) ordering, receiving and managing inventories interacting with patients and a variety of health care providers assisting in the provision of pharmaceutical care and pharmacy services. Join this growing eld and assist registered pharmacists in the pharmaceutical industry. As of December 2010, pharmacy technicians will be able to be registered with the Ontario College of Pharmacists and eligible to use the RPhT (Registered Pharmacy Technician) designation. The Pharmacy Technician program of Fleming College has been awarded the status of Provisional Accreditation by the Canadian Council for Accreditation of Pharmacy Programs for a three-year term, 2012 2015. This means students will be able and wellprepared to write the national pharmacy technician qualifying examination.

CAReeR OppORtUnities
When you complete your Pharmacy Technician diploma program, youll be ready to take a position in a variety of companies or institutions, such as: retail pharmacies long-term care facilities hospital pharmacies pharmaceutical manufacturers specialized pharmacies third-party insurance companies computer software development companies government pHARMACY TECHNICIAN CURRICULUM PROGRAM CODE SEMESTER 1 Anatomy and Physiology I College Communications for the Helping Professions Introductory Computing Pharmacy Business Pharmacy Mathematics Pharmacy Products Professionalism in Pharmacy Holistic Health SEMESTER 2 Anatomy and Physiology II Applied Pharmaceutical Calculations Concepts in Health Care Healthcare Concepts for Pharmacy Technicians Pharmacology I Pharmacy Software Fundamentals Safe Medication Practices Standards of Practice and Legislation for Pharmacy Technicians Negotiating Skills SEMESTER 3 Clinical Pathology for Pharmacy Technicians Compounding I Comprehensive Test I Dispensing: Retail Drug Distribution Field Placement I: Community Pharmacy Field Preparation I Pharmacology II SEMESTER 4 Compounding II Comprehensive Test II Dispensing: Hospital Field Placement II: Institutional Pharmacy Field Preparation II Long Term Care Pharmacy Sterile Preparations General Education Elective SCIE0002 COMM0079 COMP0345 HLTH0254 MATH0106 HLTH0252 HLTH0253 GNED0021 SCIE0003 MATH0107 HLTH0065 HLTH0256 HLTH0258 COMP0481 HLTH0257 HLTH0255 ORGB0009 SCIE0145 HLTH0262 HLTH0264 HLTH0261 HLTH0260 FLPL0169 FLPL0167 HLTH0259 HLTH0263 HLTH0265 HLTH0268 FLPL0170 FLPL0168 HLTH0267 HLTH0266

MiniMUM AdMissiOn ReQUiReMents


12th math, chemistry and biology. Higher Secondary Certicate or Standard XII with a minimum 50% average. Minimum English language prociency: IELTS: 6.5.

Is this YOU?
This program will appeal to you if you enjoy being precise and accurate in your work, are attentive to details and enjoy helping others. You like to work both independently and as a team member, with the ability to take initiative within your scope of practice. Good customer relations and excellent communication skills are also important.

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Recreation and Leisure Services


The fast-growing Recreation and Leisure industry offers rewarding, challenging careers, providing recreation programs and special events to people of all ages, in a variety of unique and exciting settings.
Program Code: RLS Start Date: September Credential: Ontario College Diploma Location: Peterborough

PROGRAM HiGhliGhts
Our graduates are working across the country and around the world, at Rimrock Resort, Banff Springs Resort, Carnival Cruise Lines, Killary Outdoor Centre, Ireland, and Surf School in New Zealand. Many of our graduates also transfer to Brock University with signicant credit towards a degree in Recreation and Leisure Studies. Organizations that have hired our grads include: Boys and Girls clubs in Lindsay and in London, Ontario City of Ottawa Recreation Department City of Peterborough Recreation Division Peterborough Sport and Wellness Centre City of Kawartha Lakes Queen Street Mental Health Centre, Toronto Seneca College Outdoor Recreation Program numerous hospitals and seniors residences throughout Ontario. Being well-prepared for a range of recreation careers means hands-on training is essential. You will become skilled in how to be a leader, how to manage and develop recreation programs, do marketing, manage human resources, plan and conduct research, special event management and facilities operations. Besides these managerial skills, youll need to be able to work at the grassroots level to bring appropriate recreational and leisure programming to the community. Training in community development, leisure and lifestyle enhancement, and inclusive recreation are important aspects of your program. To top off your studies in the how and why of recreation and leisure services, and tailor your learning to your career interest, youll put it all into practice with a semester-long placement at the end of your program. Make lasting friendships, develop condence and professionalism, and learn new skills through a variety of eld trip experiences that include rock climbing, high/low rope, canoeing, kayaking, theatre, golf, swimming, caving and hiking.

SUccess StORies
The program can lead you into a wide variety of career opportunities. I would like to thank my teachers for providing me with the necessary skills to become an Activity Director.
Shari Forsyth, Program Graduate Activity Director Empress Gardens, Peterborough, Ontario.

Is this YOU?
enjoy working with people interest in maximizing human potential and healthy lifestyles able to work as part of a team or independently good organizational and time management skills flexible/open-minded an interest in sports, arts, fitness, or adult education is an asset

WhY ChOOse FleMinG


Many organizations have come to trust the quality of education in Flemings program, and seek out our graduates. The four-month placement opportunity is the longest available in this type of program, while the broad base of studies within management, community development and practical skills make graduates an asset to employers.

CAReeR OppORtUnities
Take your pick of a variety of employers why not consider a career with: resorts and cruise lines health and fitness centres special event planning services commercial recreation facilities municipal recreation departments golf clubs seniors centres, nursing homes hospitals, treatment centres correctional facilities outdoor recreation/education environments new immigrant services after school programs Job titles include: recreation specialist, recreation sports analyst, team/club program coordinator, activities assistant/director, sports and leisure consultant, community recreation consultant, tness coordinator, outdoor education programmer, special event coordinator, youth programmer, and parks and facility coordinator.

WORK EXpeRience
Your four-month placement offers you an intensive, challenging opportunity to put your skills into practice. You choose the location and setting your instructors will encourage you as you nd and negotiate your placement. You can do your placement locally, provincially, across Canada or in an international setting. Youll work with community-based agencies (of your choice) on real -- not simulated -- recreation/leisure projects. This will be valuable learning for later, when youre looking for a job. Your placement could be working with youth at risk, with seniors, in outdoor education programs, tness organizations/ centres, childrens programs, schools, resorts or municipal settings. There are few limitations as to where you can do your placement. For example, Fleming has a unique partnership with the Resort, Recreation and Tourism Management Student Internship Program in the United States that students can take advantage of--you can work as an activity coordinator at a resort or prepare for a career on a cruise ship. For your placement, eld agencies may require you to submit a current police records check, which is available from your local police department upon payment of a fee. In addition, you may also be required to provide a current Standard First Aid Certicate, a current Basic CPR Certicate (level C) and Proof of Immunization.

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MiniMUM AdMissiOn ReQUiReMents


Higher Secondary Certicate or Standard XII with a minimum 50% average. Minimum English language prociency: IELTS: 6.0.

RECREATION AND LEIsURE sERVICEs CURRICULUM PROGRAM CODE SEMESTER 1 Building Communities through Parks and Recreation College Communications for the Helping Professions Human Growth and Development Intro to Recreation and Leisure Services Introductory Computing Leisure/Lifestyle Applications Psychology Of Sport

IMMUniZAtiOn ReQUiReMents
This program has immunization requirements. For more information, and to print the required immunization form, please see the Immunization Information page at emingcollege.ca/services/health-services.

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SEMESTER 2 Communicating at Work for the Helping Professions COMM0146 Field Preparation I FLPL0060 Leadership and Teams in Recreation SOCI0128 Recreation Administration, Finance and Revenue Generation RECR0023 Recreation Programming RECR0024 Recreation for Special Populations RECR0101 General Education Elective SEMESTER 3 Facility Management and Small Business Operation Field Preparation II Recreation Applications in Human Resource Management Recreation Promotions and Marketing Recreation and Leisure Computer Applications Tournament Organization and Special Events Planning SEMESTER 4 Field Practice and Evaluation

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Resources Drilling and Blasting


From day one in the two-year Resources Drilling and Blasting program, you will learn handson the theory and skills needed to succeed in this exciting eld.
Program Code: RDB Credential: Ontario College Diploma Start Dates: September, January Location: Lindsay

PROGRAM HiGhliGhts
When you work in Resources Drilling and Blasting, youll encounter variety and challenges every day. You will use problem solving, analytical and creative thinking skills. Youve got to think on your feet, and use your ingenuity. A full 80 per cent of the program consists of practical learning sessions most of it taking place in our impressive, on-campus Resources Drilling and Blasting compound and offcampus in the eld. Youll work on a full range of drilling equip ment in our ve service bays. Four specially equipped classrooms/labs in the facility will further enhance your drilling education, with everything from a drilling simulator to hands-on drilling activities. Classroom sessions are complemented by hands-on drilling labs, including work in local quarries. The program will also cover an introduction to the geothermal industry. Our grads are exempt from taking the mandatory Ontario Ministry of the Environment 10-day Well Constructed Course. Ontario Regulation 903 requires successful completion of this training for new well technicians.

completed the common rst semester, you can enter the program of your choice in second semester, subject to enrolment capacity.

RelAted PROGRAMs
Other programs to consider at Fleming if youre interested in working with machinery include Blasting Techniques, Earth Resources Technician or Heavy Equipment Techniques.

WORK EXpeRience
Following your rst semester, youll begin to explore specialized training in drilling and blasting. As mentioned, youll spend most of your time in labs or eld classes, putting your education to work and rening your skills in our state-of-the-art Drilling and Blasting training centre. Youll also take part in eld assignments in local quarries and job-related activities. Practical experience in semester four is subject to a criminal records check as required by eld placement site management.

REsOURCE DRILLING AND bLAsTING CURRICULUM PROGRAM CODE SEMESTER 1 Applied Mathematics in Natural Resource Sciences College Communications for Environmental Science Ecology and Environment Ecosystem Skills Geospatial Techniques Environmental Leadership SEMESTER 2 Data Management for Environmental and Natural Resource Sciences Geotechnical Drilling Rig Maintenance and Repair Soil Studies II (Resources Drilling & Blasting) Soil Studies I Technical Reporting Waterwell Drilling General Education Elective SEMESTER 3 Drilling Pump Systems Environmental Drilling Field Operations Horizontal Directional Drilling Human Relations Hydraulics Rotary Drilling Systems General Education Elective SEMESTER 4 Advanced Hydraulics and Rig Maintenance Blasthole Drilling Blasting Diamond Core Drilling Quarry Camp Rock Studies I Rock Studies II (RDB)

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Is this YOU?
Youve got to love working outside, enjoy hands-on work, be willing to operate equipment, and be independently minded. Its a male-dominated industry, but there are more and more women involved, and doing well in their careers more brains than brawn is required to be competent in this eld. Some of the personality traits and skills essential to your success include: good motor skills, physical health flexibility (particularly regarding hours of work) interpersonal skills analytical and creative thinking mechanical aptitude ability to obtain a commercial drivers license

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WhY ChOOse FleMinG


Flemings Resources Drilling and Blasting program is the only one of its kind in the world! It offers a rare combination of technical training and hands-on experience. As a graduate, youll be well prepared to work in the eld. Due to our strong connections with the industry, and our geographical location, the program is well positioned to place graduates throughout North America. Employers from around the world seek out graduates of the Resources Drilling and Blasting program. They know grads have a good foundation of theory and practice, and have excellent transferrable skills to draw upon for any challenge in the workplace.

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CAReeR OppORtUnities
Faculty report that the requests for graduates by industry often exceeds the number of students completing this program. Upon graduation youll nd yourself in positions such as driller or helper. You can move up the ladder to own a business, or work in sales, tech support, or management with larger companies. Your potential employment is excellent as a graduate of our one-of-a-kind program. The average starting annual income is $52,000.00 but you could make much more than that within a few years after graduation. Even as a summer student employee with a work permit, it is possible to earn $20,000.00 to $30,000.00.

COMMOn FiRst SeMesteR


Students in our Schools diploma programs take the same courses for rst semester after choosing and being accepted into one of our programs. This common focus exposes you to a variety of career options and other programs. You will have the freedom to explore and obtain a multidisciplinary perspective, while you acquire a base of knowledge and fundamental skills. Although students are accepted into a specic program for their rst semester, the common rst semester allows you to change direction if you nd another program or career area is more appealing. Once you have successfully fleming college

MiniMUM AdMissiOn ReQUiReMents


Higher Secondary Certicate or Standard XII with a minimum 50% average. Minimum English language prociency: IELTS: 6.0. 12th math recommended.

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Social Service Worker


Want to make a difference in the community? As a Social Service Worker you can be on the front line of positive change.
Program Code: SW Start Date: September, January, May Credential: Ontario College Diploma Location: Peterborough

PROGRAM HiGhliGhts
You will participate in respectful, empowering relationships with groups and individuals, and advocate for change when needed. Student experiences as a volunteer (200 hours suggested) before and while you are in the Fleming Social Service Worker program enhance your learning and increase your job opportunities. First semester courses include the fundamentals required for social service work, concepts of social justice and power differences between peoples and communities. Second semester courses increase skills in counselling, social justice and diverse populations, program development and case management. Third semester courses concentrate on skills and knowledge required to work with groups, individuals and communities in such areas as mental health, addictions and partner and family maltreatment. The emphasis is on group and team work, ethical conduct and community organizing and advocacy. Your nal semester course puts classroom knowledge to work in a full-time eld placement location with learning guided by both faculty and agency personnel. At Fleming, you graduate with two additional training certicates widely recognized by agencies as value added to increase your employment potential: ASIST Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training, and NVCI Non-Violent Crisis Interventions skills training.

Is this YOU?
To succeed in this program and career, you need: emotional maturity empathy and compassion sensitivity to diversity (ages, cultures, gender) excellent interpersonal skills self-awareness good stress and time management skills

sOCIAL sERVICE wORKER CURRICULUM PROGRAM CODE SEMESTER 1 Aboriginal History and Culture College Communications for the Helping Professions Counselling Skills I Human Growth and Development Introduction to Social Service Work Practice Introduction to Social Welfare Introductory Computing Power, Privilege and Oppression SEMESTER 2 ASIST Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training Case Management Communicating at Work for the Helping Professions Counselling Skills II Preparing for Field Work I Program Design and Development Social Justice and Diversity General Education Elective SEMESTER 3 Community Organizing Counselling Skills III Group Theory: Models and Dynamics Knowledge, Values and Ethics for Social Service Workers NVCI for Social Service Workers Preparing for Fieldwork II Responding to Intimate Partner and Family Maltreatment Social Service Work Practice in Mental Health and Addiction SEMESTER 4 Block Placement GNED0049 COMM0079 COUN0055 SOCI0025 COUN0017 COUN0056 COMP0345 SOCI0165

CAReeR OppORtUnities
As a Social Service Worker, you will provide assistance, advocacy, skill development training and short-term, strength-based counselling in a variety of community-based organizations. You will work with a diverse range of people and personal circumstances, including: psychiatric survivors mentally challenged adults and children victims of violence seniors families living in poverty at-risk youth Social Agencies that have hired Social Service Worker Graduates: Canadian Mental Health Association Hastings Centennial Manor Long-Term Care Associations for Community Living Broken Arrow Residential Treatment Services Kinark Child and Family Services City of Peterborough Ontario Works Graduates of the program are eligible to be registered with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers.

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WhY ChOOse FleMinG


Flemings Social Service Worker program is the only one in the Kawarthas--a good choice for local people, as well as those who want to take advantage of smaller classes and more individually focused learning. Its increasingly chosen by university graduates to build job-related skills and practice.

WORK EXpeRience
The nal semester integrates learning and takes place in a work setting matching your learning needs and choice of location. You may require a current police records check, which is available from your local police department upon payment of a fee. You may also be required to provide a current Standard First Aid Certicate, a current Basic CPR Certicate (level C) and Proof of Immunization. For more information, and to print the required immunization form, please see the Immunization Information page.

MiniMUM AdMissiOn ReQUiReMents


Higher Secondary Certicate or Standard XII with a minimum 50% average. Minimum English language prociency: IELTS: 6.0.

RelAted PROGRAMs
Not quite decided on which community development career to pursue? Why not consider Drug and Alcohol Counsellor, or the Community and Justice Services program if you have a desire to help people improve their lives?

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Tourism and Travel


The Tourism and Travel program offers you the chance to explore the different career opportunities that will open a career in the world of travel to you.
Program Code: TV Credential: Ontario College Diploma Start Date: September, January Location: Peterborough

PROGRAM HiGhliGhts
You will learn about different destinations and cultures while you acquire the leadership and practical skills needed to work for tour operators, destination marketing organizations, travel agencies, or tourism and travel service providers. Travel to a global destination and experience the growing volunteer tourism business niche. Learn the key elements of business with a focus on tourism and travel through courses such as Discovering Destinations, Travel Products, Tourism Marketing, Tour Operations, Adventure and Ecotourism, Tourism Trends and Airfare and Reservations Systems. Experience the real working world with a 200 hour eld placement that provides practical experience, career opportunities and connections.

WhY ChOOse FleMinG


Our program is the only program in the Ontario college system that grants work placement hours to travel to a foreign country and gain volunteer experience. Upon completion of the Tourism and Travel program, you have the option of returning to Fleming College for one additional year in the Hospitality Administration Hotel and Resort, Business Administration, Marketing or International Trade program. This will give you two diplomas in three years which is a great addition to your resume. We have solid contacts with the travel/tourism industry, as well as dynamic and supportive faculty. This program will prepare you for a career in todays ever-changing world. The EDGE focus within the Faculty of Business, Computing and Hospitality is founded on 4 principles: Environmental Responsibility: Learn how to contribute to a sustainable future. Ensure your career leaves a green footprint. Diversity: Work with a variety of people from faculty, administration, students and members of the community. Learn how to be creative and innovative. Global Perspective: Learn to compete on a level playing eld in the global market. Experience: Gain real experience in your eld through case studies, simulations, placements and applied projects. Develop your EDGE at the Faculty of Business, Computing and Hospitality.

CAReeR OppORtUnities
Industry careers include: Tour escort Travel counsellor Tourism marketing manager Meetings/special events co-ordinator Tour operator/reservationist Hotel front desk associate Cruise line/resort activities director Visitor information counsellor Youll nd work with tour wholesalers, airlines, travel agencies, destination marketing organizations, cruise lines, hotels, and government tourism organizations. Employers include GTS Lufthansa Airlines, The Holiday Network, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, Fairmount Hotels, Ontario Waterway Cruises, and Sunquest Vacations among others.

SUccess StORies
I graduated in 2005 with a Tourism and Travel diploma after two years of studying at Fleming College. I am currently the Latin America Coordinator at G.A.P Adventures, Canadas largest Adventure Tour Operator. Fleming College really prepared me for a career in the travel industry. The college and the faculty provided a great learning environment and gave me the direction I needed to start my career. At the end of the program, students were required to complete a volunteer placement in a tourism-related operation. I chose G.A.P Adventures, and after a few weeks of placement, I was offered a full-time position. Every day my job offers an exciting, fast paced and challenging work environment.
MAtt Kinch, Program Graduate Latin America Coordinator G.A.P. Adventures

MiniMUM AdMissiOn ReQUiReMents


Higher Secondary Certicate or Standard XII with a minimum 50% average. Minimum English language prociency: IELTS: 6.0.

RelAted PROGRAMs
Upon graduation: In just 2 additional semesters you can complete a second diploma at Fleming in either Hospitality Administration Hotel and Resort, Business Administration, Marketing, or International Trade and graduate with 2 diplomas in 3 years. You are then eligible to continue your studies at several universities to earn an honours degree with only 2 more years of study.

WORK EXpeRience
You have the opportunity to travel on a eld trip and volunteer on projects with local people, experience and understand why people travel to resort destinations. You are also required to solicit and complete a minimum of 200 hours of eld placement, to practice the theories and skills studied in class. It is recommended that students complete 100 hours between semester two and three and the remainder before graduating. This gives you the opportunity to network and meet potential employers.

Is this YOU?
Strong customer service orientation Excellent interpersonal skills, problem solving ability Flexibility especially in regard to working hours Organizational ability Second language skills Experience in any sector of tourism of a service-oriented business is an asset. Continued on next page fleming college 69

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TOURIsM AND TRAVEL CURRICULUM PROGRAM CODE SEMESTER 1 College Communications for Business and Hospitality Professionals Computer Applications for Hospitality Destinations: North America Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism Mathematics for Hospitality Travel Products and Services Business Essentials A Survival Course SEMESTER 2 Communicating at Work for Business and Hospitality Professionals Destinations: Latin America, Caribbean and Africa Field Placement I (TV) Hospitality Marketing Service Systems Management Travel Products and Services Developing Effective Teams SEMESTER 3 Airfares and Airlines Reservation System Basic Bookkeeping Destinations: Europe Hospitality Sales and Service General Education Elective CHOOSE ONE OF: Adventure and Ecotourism International Business Spanish I SEMESTER 4 Destinations: Asia and The Pacic Field Placement II (TV) Field Placement III (TV) Tour Operations Tourism Trends General Education Elective CHOOSE TWO OF: Contemporary Management Skills Effective Problem Solving Human Resources Administration Internet/Direct Marketing Spanish II Study Abroad Field Experience (SAFE) TOUR0046 FLPL0147 FLPL0150 TOUR0022 TOUR0025

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Visual and Creative Arts Diploma


Program Code: VCA Credential: Ontario College Diploma Start Date: September Location: Haliburton

PROGRAM HiGhliGhts
The Visual and Creative Arts Diploma (VCAD) offers you unique and exible options for earning a diploma in the visual arts. Choose the learning path that is right for you. Its your diploma, your way. VCAD =  foundation courses + elective courses

WhY ChOOse FleMinG


This program is delivered at Fleming Colleges Haliburton Campus, located in central Ontarios spectacular Haliburton Highlands region and home to the Haliburton School of The Arts, renowned for outstanding arts programming. Designed for visual artists, the contemporary architecture maximizes natural light in the studios, classrooms and common areas. Its the perfect environment to ourish as an artist. Fleming students have unique and exible options for earning their diploma in the visual arts. Once students have completed their certicate, they can continue their education by enrolling in two more semesters of study to complete their Visual and Creative Arts diploma. The certicate programs are delivered in an intensive format in which two semesters of credits can be completed in only 15 weeks. Each certicate course comprises 32.5 hours of in-class instruction with an additional 15 hours of technician-guided, independent studio time. Faculty members are not only professional artists and designers, but also dedicated teachers who are intent upon the development of your technical skills, creative thinking, and artistic integrity. The 40-year history of the Haliburton School of The Arts is proof of the passion and focus of its faculty, administration, and support staff, whose collaboration provides an environment rich in potential for studies in the arts. VIsUAL AND CREATIVE ARTs DIpLOMA CURRICULUM PROGRAM CODE SEMESTER 1 3D Design Studio Art History The Recent Century Contemporary Art Investigations Design I Drawing Disciplines Media Explorations I Visual Documentation General Education Elective CHOOSE SIX OF: Book Arts Sampler Encaustic Mixed Media & Collage Oil Painting & Collage Paper Sculpture & Collage Printmaking Experimental Water Media Explorations SEMESTER 2 3D Design Studio Art History The Recent Century Business for Artists Concept Development Contemporary Art Investigations Design I Design II Drawing Disciplines Media Explorations I Media Explorations II Portfolio and Presentation Visual Documentation General Education Elective SEMESTER 3 Arts Integration Business for Artists Concept Development Design II Media Explorations II Portfolio and Presentation General Education Elective CHOOSE TWELVE OF: Artistic Narrative Through Assemblage Artistic Narrative Through Clay Bronze Casting Introductory Cultural Symbols & Creative Patterning Glass Flamework Glassblowing Integrating the Arts Across the Curriculum Japanese Brush Painting I Jewellery Jewellery Chain Making: Beginner Jewellery Casting Jewellery Stone Setting Kiln Cast Glass Landscape Painting Working the Land Lettering & Paper Arts Painted Furniture & Accessories Pastel Landscapes Stained Glass Wire Sculpture Wire Sculpture The Human Form SEMESTER 4 Arts Integration CHOOSE SIX OF: 6 Program Electives ARTS0959 ARTS0956 ARTS0957 ARTS0960 ARTS0961 ARTS0962 ARTS0963

FOUndAtiOn COURses
These courses are required to develop the foundational skills for Visual and Creative Arts Diploma candidates: 3D Design Art History The Recent Century Contemporary Art Investigations Design I Drawing Disciplines Media Explorations I Visual Documentation Business for Artists Concept Development Design II Media Explorations II Portfolio and Presentation 2 General Education Electives

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Elective COURses
The elective courses build upon the foundation courses and focus on studio-based learning and techniques. You can acquire these elective courses through one of two learning pathways: the Specialist Option; or the Generalist Option. Specialist Option Take one of our 15-week Art Certicate programs: Artist Blacksmith Ceramics Digital Image Design Drawing & Painting (Visual Arts Fundamentals) Glassblowing Jewellery Essentials Photo Arts Sculpture Fibre Arts Generalist Option Or, you can obtain your elective courses by taking a Generalist Option. Choose 12 courses plus a two-week capstone course. Study at your own pace, including spring, summer and fall courses (see the Haliburton School of The Arts Calendar for these courses). You can fasttrack this program and complete your diploma in one calendar year.

Is this YOU?
An interest in art, drawing, and painting is essential to your success in this program. Other abilities and traits that would be an asset include: Oral and written communication skills An open mind Willingness to learn from others An interest in exploring your creativity Ability to commit to the intensive program format

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You have started a life long learning experience in the world of art with endless options in your pursuit of a career in the art eld. You might continue to pursue a career by taking more advanced studies or work as a studio artist to further develop your talents, become a teacher or work in a gallery, museum or art/craft retail operation.

MiniMUM AdMissiOn ReQUiReMents


Higher Secondary Certicate or Standard XII with a minimum 50% average. Minimum English language prociency: IELTS: 6.0. Not for UG degree holders.

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